Translation of saludo in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1.1 (fórmula verbal) greeting dirigió un cálido saludo a la concurrencia he greeted the audience warmly saludos a tu hermana give my regards to your sister, say hello to your sister for o/or from me te mandan or envían saludos they send (you) their regards o/or best wishes ya ni me dirige el saludo he doesn't speak to me anymore, he doesn't even say hello to me anymore reciba un saludo cordial de [Correspondencia/Correspondence] with best wishes saludos [Correspondencia/Correspondence] best wishes dejar a algn con el saludo en la boca to cut sb dead retirarle or quitarle el saludo a algn to stop speaking to sb 1.2 (gesto) wave al pasar le hice un saludo con la mano I gave him a wave o/or I waved to him as I went past 1.3 [Militar/Military] (con la mano) salute; (con el arma) salute
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