- From Italian arrivederci, from a ("to") with rivederci ("we see each other again"), from the infinitive rivedersi ("to see each other or meet again"), from ri- with the infinitive vedersi ("to see oneself"), from vedere ("to see") with si ("self"). (Wiktionary)
“The Harvard College Democrats are getting help from an unlikely source in their quest to say "arrivederci" to a Republican control of the White House.”
“When I left three years ago, I said it was an 'arrivederci' and not a goodbye because I wanted to return.”
“Mario MontiSo arrivederci, Berlusconi, buongiorno, Mario Monti, who has just been made an unelected senator for life, so that he can in fairly short order become prime minister.”
“And it's another core character, original Sterling Coo co-founder Bert Cooper, saying arrivederci.”
“Or perhaps more appropriately, buon compleanno e arrivederci.”
“For now I will say arrivederci, auf wiedersehen and au revoir to Europe, but the next time around I'll be bringing Chuck Norris.”
“The most important guests were questioned politely and bid arrivederci.”
“The time has come for me to say good-bye - or rather, to say arrivederci!”
“So instead I will just wish this lovely lady a fond farewell, arrivederci Nonna.”
“Pops and Carleen escorted me down the long hallway to the opulent two-story marble lobby where the staff was bidding everyone arrivederci.”
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