Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Farewell"

The meaning of "Farewell" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Farewell tequila, so long margarita, and lady sativa mean?
A: She is saying goodbye to a bunch of drinks with alcohol, so she won’t be drinking anymore.
Q: What does Farewell mean?
A: It means goodbye until we meet again :-)
Q: What does "Farewell" mean?
A: It means to say goodbye to someone. E.g. a farewell party to say goodbye to someone you won't be seeing in a while or forever.
Q: What does Farewell mean?
A: Goodbye (adiós)

Example sentences using "Farewell"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Farewell.
A: I was thinking we could have a farewell dinner.
It was our last farewell.
Farewell Mika!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Farewell.
A: Farewell, see you again next year.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Farewell.
A: Goodbye. I doubt I have used this term in many years. I would say it's more literary.

Synonyms of "Farewell" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Farewell. and Goodbye. So long. See you. ?
A: Farewell - very formal, rarely used
Goodbye - slightly formal, but often used. Better: "bye"
So long - very informal, often used between friends
See you - similar. Variation: "See ya".
Q: What is the difference between Farewell and Good bye ?
A: “Farewell” and “goodbye” are formal ways to say さようなら

You would say either of these words in a business setting or when your relationship with a person is very formal.

“Bye”, “see you later”, “see you around” and “take care” are casual ways to say さようなら

You would say any of these phrases when you are talking to friends or when your relationship with a person is not very formal. If you are ever in doubt, use “bye” or “take care”.

Translations of "Farewell"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Farewell party
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Other questions about "Farewell"

Q: Farewell, so long.
God bless you.
Cheers!
Cheerio!
How do you do?
adieu!
bon voyage! Does this sound natural?
A: Farewell, so long: Not used often, it's a longer goodbye, kind of like さようなら
God bless you: Used, but not as a greeting or parting. God bless you/God bless your soul/Bless your heart is used to express strong approval for someone.
Cheers: Used in UK, frequent there
Cheerio: VERY UK phrase, not used often there
How do you do: Used, but formal
Adieu: Uncommon, but fine
Bon voyage: Only used if going on a cruise
Q: Farewell party
or
Goodbye party Does this sound natural?
A: "Going away party" is probably even more common among friends since farewell is a little formal, though.

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Q: I will miss you! (Farewell?) Does this sound natural?
A: tsubrashi kutte, totemo jouzu datta yo
Q: Farewell to you. Does this sound natural?
A: Natural for UK English, unnatural for American English

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