Other Ways to Say Goodbye in English: Amazing Examples


There are a variety of ways to say good bye. In this English lesson, you will learn other ways to say goodbye in English. Also, you’ll learn different ways to say goodbye in English in polite ways.

Other Ways to Say Goodbye in English

How to say goodbye politely and in informal ways:

How to Say Goodbye Politely

The following phrases are usually used to say goodbye in formal situations or when saying goodbye to someone in a respectful manner.

  • It was a pleasure meeting you.
  • It was a pleasure talking to you.
  • Great to have met you.
  • Nice to have met you.
  • I enjoyed talking to you.
  • I enjoyed our conversation.
  • I hope we meet again soon.
  • I look forward to working with you.
  • Maybe we’ll see each other again.
  • Have a pleasant day
  • Have a pleasant evening
  • Have a safe journey.
  • It’s been a pleasure.
  • Wishing you all the best.
  • May you have a wonderful evening.
  • May you have a wonderful day.
  • Farwell.
  • Until we meet again.

Informal Ways to Say Goodbye

other ways to say goodbye in english

The following phrases and expressions are used among friends and in informal conversations. These different ways of saying good bye differ from one region to another.

Here are some other ways to say goodbye in English in casual conversations.

  • Bye!
  • Bye-bye!
  • Bye now!
  • See you then.
  • See you later!
  • See you around.
  • See you.
  • So long.
  • Cheerio
  • Cheerio then.
  • Cheerio now.
  • See ya.
  • Later
  • Laters
  • have a good one.
  • See you on the flip side.
  • Catch you on the flip side.
  • Cheers
  • Chat to you soon.
  • Mind yourself
  • Take it handy.
  • take it easy.
  • Doodle-oo
  • Hooroo
  • Ta
  • G’day
  • Catch ya later
  • See you in a bit

Saying Goodbye to Departing Guests

  • It has been a delightful visit.
  • It’s been delightful.
  • It’s been our pleasure.
  • Thank you for coming.
  • So good to see you.
  • Do you have everything?
  • Thanks for coming.
  • Thanks for dropping in.
  • Thanks for dropping over.
  • Thanks for dropping by.
  • I am glad you could drop by.
  • I am glad you could stop by.
  • I’m glad you could come.
  • Come back anytime.
  • Come back soon.
  • We have to do this again sometime.
  • Let us do this again soon.
  • Do come back soon.
  • See you soon.

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