Learn how to say Goodbye in Spanish in different context. Spanish words and expressions for Goodbye in spoken and written language
There are different ways to say Goodbye in Spanish depending on the context and the person you’re talking to. In this lesson, you will show you how to say Goodbye in Spanish in formal, polite, or casual context! Learning how to say Goodbye is one of the first common lessons to any language beginners.
Say Goodbye in Spanish
adiós – goodbye
chao – bye
hasta pronto – see you soon
hasta la vista – until we see each other again
nos vemos – see ya
¡Hasta entonces! – Until then!
¡Hasta la próxima! – Until next time!
Saludos y abrazos a todos. ¡Buena suerte! – Regards and hugs to everyone. Good luck!
Cuídate – Take care of yourself
¡Bueno, que tengas un buen día! – Well, have a good day!
Hasta luego – See you later
Hasta la próxima semana – See you next week
Hasta el próximo lunes – See you next Monday
Say Goodbye in a written way or in a letter
You can use the following expressions to finish a letter or email
Saluda cordialmente a Ud. (formal) – Yours sincerely
Atentamente (formal) – Sincerely
Cariñosamente – Lovingly / Dearly (if it’s someone close to you or know you)
Marta y yo les deseamos lo mejor – Martha and I wish you the best
Dele mis saludos a ___ – Give my regards to ___ (unspecified person)
Quedo a la espera de tu/su respuesta – I look forward to your answer/reply.
Abrazos/Besos de parte de ___ – Hugs / Kisses from ___
Un saludo desde ___ (Londres, etc) – Greetings from ___ (London, etc)
List of shapes in Spanish language. Learn how to say names of common shapes like circle, rectangle, triangle, square in Spanish
It’s relatively easy to learn names of shapes in Spanish as most of them are Latin roots. So they are pretty similar to their English equivalent. Here we’ve listed out a list of names of shapes in Spanish. Let’s learn how to say some common shapes like circle, square, triangle, rectangle, and many other uncommon ones.
List of shapes in Spanish
Shape – Figura/Forma
Circle – Círculo
Rectangle – Rectángulo
Triangle – Triángulo
Square – Cuadro
Star – Estrella
Spiral – Espiral
Diamond – Diamante
Arch – Arco
Cube – Cubo
Hexagon – Hexágono
Octagon – Octágono
Pentagon – Pentágono
Pyramid – Pirámide
Semicircle – Semicírculo
Point – Punto
Oval – Ovalo
Heart – Corazón
To say what shape something is, you just need to say: Tiene la forma de un _____.
Remember that most of Spanish shapes are masculine. So they would be preceded by the masculine indefinite article un except for star/estrella. This word is feminine and should be preceded by una.
Learn how to say names of family members in Spanish. Find out family tree in Spanish with English translation
Family is the most important thing in the world. And in today’s word list, we will show you a collection of family members and family tree in Spanish. Let’s find out how to say names of family members and relatives in Spanish
List of names of sports in Spanish. Find out how to say names of different types of sports in Spanish with English translation
The following English to Spanish word list will help you learn how to say names of sports in Spanish. It’s pretty easy to remember names of sports in Spanish. This is due to the fact that many sports are not of Spanish origin. So they tend to maintain the original name in English.
In this lesson, we will learn how to say names of different types of clothes in Spanish. This word list may come in handy when you go shopping in Spanish-speaking country! Let’s find out what words should be used to talk about clothing in Spanish.
Spanish for clothes
Below is a list of common clothes in Spanish.
Coat – El abrigo
Scraf – La bufanda
Jacket – La chaqueta
Leather jacket – La chaqueta de cuero
Raincoat – La gabardina / El impermeable
Sweatshirt – La sudadera
Cap – La gorra
A pair of gloves – Los guantes
Hat – El sombrero
Blouse – La blusa
Shirt – La camisa
Polo shirt – La camisa de polo
T-shirt – La camiseta
Cardigan – La rebeca
Sweater – El suéter
Pants / Trousers – Los pantalones
Jeans – Los jeans
Shorts – Los pantalones cortos
Dress – El vestido
Suit – El traje
Underpants – Los calzoncillos
Sandals – Las sandalias
Boots – Las botas
Slippers – Las zapatillas / Las pantuflas
Shoes – Los zapatos
Sneakers – Los tenis
High-heeled shoes – Los zapatos con tacón alto
Bathing suit / Swimsuit – El traje de baño
Bikini – El bikini
Spanish words for clothes and clothing
Hope that the word list of clothes in Spanish above can help you feel much more confident when going shopping in Spanish-speaking countries. And who knows, make be you can haggle the price!