Translation of greeting in Spanish:

greeting

Pronunciation: /ˈgriːtɪŋ/

n

  • 1.1 (spoken) saludo (m) (as interj) greetings! [arch or hum] ¡buenas! [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Theresa will be greatly missed by her many friends and neighbours as she always had a kind word and a greeting for everyone.
    • Some stopped what they were doing to stare openly, others just waved or shouted a greeting and returned to work.
    • Arrive a little early, make sure you're neatly dressed, and step forward with a polite greeting and handshake.
    1.2 (message) (usu pl) she sends you her greetings te manda saludos, me dio recuerdos para ti birthday/Christmas greetings feliz cumpleaños/Navidad greetings from London recuerdos (mpl) desde Londres (before n) a greeting o (BrE also) greetings card/telegram una tarjeta/un telegrama de felicitación
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    • Thank you to y'all who left me birthday greetings - they made me feel all warm and fuzzy!
    • With this, I'll end my first post and send you all warm greetings from cold rainy Germany.
    • Birthday greetings this week go to Declan Patton, who has now reached the ripe old age of 31.

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