As sad as it is to see friends leave, the day comes when we must bid a tearful "farewell" to those we knew... Or they might just be going to work, and you'll see them in a few hours, at which time you can continue binge-watching Netflix together.
Whatever the case, it is helpful to know how to say goodbye in Chinese:
If you want to be specific about when you will see the person again, you can replace "再" with a time.
See you tomorrow.
Xià zhōu jiàn
See you next week.
Take care of yourself
As you might guess, 拜拜 is a very informal way to say goodbye.
See you next time!
See you soon
This is also a casual way to say goodbye. Although you might not know exactly when, you will see each other around.
If you can't remember all of these, don't worry too much. A simple 拜拜 will probably suffice in most circumstances.
Do you know how to say goodbye in Chinese another way?
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