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Auf wiedersehen

until we meet again; goodbye for the present.
Historical Examples

“auf Wiedersehen, good-night, good-night,” and she held open the door.
Two Royal Foes Eva Madden

When we separated, he said, “auf Wiedersehen in Sheekago in ’93.”
Tramping with Tramps Josiah Flynt

“auf Wiedersehen, my friend,” and she held out to him both her hands.
Gold, Gold, in Cariboo! Clive Phillipps-Wolley

When they reached the gate Hans turned for a last “auf Wiedersehen” to his Annchen.
Two Royal Foes Eva Madden

So she hurried on her clothes and drank her milk and ate her bread and said “auf Wiedersehen” to her mother.
Two Royal Foes Eva Madden

“auf Wiedersehen,” he said, and off he marched like a soldier.
Two Royal Foes Eva Madden

Did the mountains and the white-crowns call after us, “auf Wiedersehen!”
Birds of the Rockies Leander Sylvester Keyser

I am coming back in the spring and so will say auf Wiedersehen, not good-by.
The Song of the Wolf Frank Mayer

Remember this isn’t a real breaking up of ‘The Automobile Girls’; it is only an ‘auf Wiedersehen.
The Automobile Girls in the Berkshires Laura Dent Crane

“auf Wiedersehen,” said the German officer, bowing Hal from his tent.
The Boy Allies On the Firing Line Clair W. Hayes

sentence substitute
goodbye, until we see each other again


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