different ways to say goodbye
3. See you later, See you soon or Talk to you later
4. I’ve got to get going or I must be going
- Take it easy
- I’m off
- Have a nice day or Have a good _
- I look forward to our next meeting
- Until _
- Take care
- It was nice to see you again or It was nice seeing you
- Later, Laters, or Catch you later
- Peace or Peace out
- I’m out or I’m out of here
- I gotta jet, I gotta take off, I gotta hit the road or I gotta head out
- Bye – this is the simple, short, and sweet version of saying goodbye to someone without being too informal.
- Goodbye -The basic farewell greeting, suitable for all occasions.
- Bye-bye– This version is a bit more informal and is best to be used around friends and family.
- Farewell – This is a formal way to tell someone to be safe while they are away from you.
- Cheerio – not generally used in the United States but it is another friendly form of goodbye.
- See you – This is a more formal way of saying ‘see you later’. Used more in a formal sense or workplace.
- I’m out – this is a very informal way of saying goodbye. It loosely means ‘I’m leaving’. Mostly used with friends or for comedic purposes
- Take care – this is more so used with family and friends showing care for those who are leaving.
- Take it easy – this phrase is used more often with friends and family, and wishes them less stress while also saying goodbye
- I’m off – Used in almost any situation, but mostly informal
- Gotta go! – This is mostly used in the informal sense, which grew in popularity in chat rooms when the short cut ‘g2g’ became popular
- Good night – Good night is used when well, you want to wish the person a good night. The more informal form of this is just ‘night’ or ‘nighty-night’
- Bye for now– this is used in an informal setting
- See you later– This phrase is more often used in an informal setting, like with friends and family.
- Keep in touch– this is more so used with friends and family who don’t see each other often and wish to keep in contact with them
- Catch you later– Catch you later means the same thing as ‘see you later’, but it is even more informal.
- See you soon– this is a more formal way of saying ‘see you later’ or ‘See you’. This is mostly used when you know you will see the other person or group within the next few hours.
- I gotta take off– a shortened form of ‘I have got to take off’, this phrase is used for informal situations, implying a sense of urgency in their exit.
- Talk to you later– talk to you later is mostly used in the same way as the phrase ‘see you later’. The shortcut ‘ttyl’ is also a way of saying ‘talk to you later’
- See you next time– this phrase is used when you know you that you will see the other person or party again, but you are not sure when that next time will be.
- Have a good one – this is a time-neutral way to tell someone goodbye. This is a formal way to say goodbye as well.
- Have a good (nice) day– This is a formal way to tell someone goodbye. This is used when you say goodbye to someone when a majority of the day has yet to pass.
- I’ve got to get going/ I must be going– This is an informal way of telling someone goodbye while also providing a sense of urgency. This is a longer form of ‘gotta go’ and generally means the same thing.
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