Translation of adieu in Spanish:

adieu

adiós, n.

Pronunciation /əˈdu/ /əˈdju/ /əˈdjuː/

nounplural adieus, plural adieux

archaic
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    adiós masculine
    (as exclamation) ¡adiós!
    to bid sb adieu despedir a algn
    • Also on the 23rd, oddball underground rapper NerdX will bid his adieus and release his latest recording at the Carpenter's Union Hall in Kensington.
    • Connie, Larry and I bid our adieus and took an an early evening bar hop down Christopher Street, which included smart drinks at The Monster, Stonewall, The Hangar and Ty's.
    • What better a way to spend a cold winter night than in front of the computer with a bottle of Scotch and box of Kleenex writing gushing adieus to those you love?
    • As per the information received, Kulkarni exited yesterday amid emotional adieus that came as a shock to many.
    • Lifelong colleague and friend Maurice Bejart sent his adieux with the lighthearted and didactic La Barre, a celebration of hard work and discipline.
    • Here she was at thirty-eight, beautiful and admired; and all that she seemed to have got from her lovers were approaches and adieus.
    • Anyway, it's very late, I'm very tired and very sick so I shall bid you all adieu!
    • Charles Jenkins concluded: ‘Ultimately he loved Europe and not only for its wagon-lits (railway sleeping cars) and that is why I end by saying adieu.’
    • Before bidding her adieu, I said, ‘Saroja, you are dreaming of Utopia.’
    • This little bit of nothing has been my best friend during those years and it's with a sad and tear-filled heart (tearful just doesn't work in that sentence) that I must bid adieu.
    • While the invitees were taken in the same coaches back to the capital, the children formed a ‘human train’ from their coach to the other rakes to thank them and bid adieu.
    • In Wadowice, where the Pope was born Karol Wojtyla on May 18, 1920, more than 20,000 people gathered to bid him adieu.
    • On this occasion it is to Henry the parliamentarian that we are bidding adieu, as he is dislodged from his Central Fife fiefdom by an ungrateful Labour movement.
    • With what better sentiment can I bid you all adieu?
    • After watching him lose that my friends and I treated him to breakfast (he tipped the waitress his last dollar) and bid him adieu.
    • After an hour and 15 minutes of non-stop rhythm, it was time to bid adieu.