Definitions

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  • verb transitive, intransitive To greet in French with "bonjour".

Etymologies

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French

Examples

  • And isn’t credible that Marie’s guest would say this face-to-face, even as a bastardized “Hello,” when the correct bonjour is universally known.

    2007 May « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • And isn’t credible that Marie’s guest would say this face-to-face, even as a bastardized “Hello,” when the correct bonjour is universally known.

    2007 May 29 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Rogatchov had received no education whatever; his French consisted of the one word bonjour, and he secretly considered even that word improper.

    The Jew and other stories

  • I hope you enjoyed this "behind the (chaotic) scenes" note -- it's been a good excuse to sneek in to this comments box to say "bonjour" to anyone reading!

    en-tête - French Word-A-Day

  • Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.

    en-tête - French Word-A-Day

  • Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • On the way back to the car, I passed the wise woman, who was still reading on her porch, and nodded "bonjour".

    Kindness of strangers

  • Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.

    Lettres de ma Terrasse

  • Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.

    Tante Marie-Francoise

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