wave goodbye to (something)

wave goodbye to (something)
kiss/say/wave goodbye to (something) if you say goodbye to something, you accept that you will not have it any more or that you will not get it.

You can say goodbye to your Ј10. Tom never repays his debts.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • wave goodbye to something — …   Useful english dictionary

  • kiss goodbye to (something) — kiss/say/wave goodbye to (something) if you say goodbye to something, you accept that you will not have it any more or that you will not get it. You can say goodbye to your Ј10. Tom never repays his debts …   New idioms dictionary

  • say goodbye to (something) — kiss/say/wave goodbye to (something) if you say goodbye to something, you accept that you will not have it any more or that you will not get it. You can say goodbye to your Ј10. Tom never repays his debts …   New idioms dictionary

  • kiss goodbye to something — say/wave/kiss/goodbye to something phrase to accept that you will not achieve, get, or keep something This latest defeat means they can wave goodbye to any hopes of winning the championship. Thesaurus: to lose hope, or to give up hopesynonym Main …   Useful english dictionary

  • say goodbye to something — say/wave/kiss/goodbye to something phrase to accept that you will not achieve, get, or keep something This latest defeat means they can wave goodbye to any hopes of winning the championship. Thesaurus: to lose hope, or to give up hopesynonym Main …   Useful english dictionary

  • wave something goodbye — wave something goodbye/wave goodbye to something/informal phrase used for saying that someone will lose something or will not be able to have it If John loses his job, we can wave goodbye to our house . Thesaurus: to lose possession of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wave — wave1 W2S3 [weıv] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(sea)¦ 2¦(increase)¦ 3¦(people and things)¦ 4¦(light and sound)¦ 5¦(signal)¦ 6 7¦(hair)¦ 8 make waves 9 new wave 10 11 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wave — wave1 [ weıv ] noun count *** ▸ 1 raised water ▸ 2 appearance/increase ▸ 3 sudden strong emotion ▸ 4 movement of hand, etc. ▸ 5 of sound/radio etc. ▸ 6 slight curl in hair ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) a line of water that rises up on the surface of an ocean …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wave — I UK [weɪv] / US noun [countable] Word forms wave : singular wave plural waves *** 1) a) a line of water that rises up on the surface of a sea, lake, or river The boat was smashed by a huge wave. Children swam and played in the waves. b) the… …   English dictionary

  • goodbye — [[t]g ʊdba͟ɪ[/t]] goodbyes also good bye 1) CONVENTION (formulae) You say Goodbye to someone when you or they are leaving, or at the end of a telephone conversation. 2) N COUNT: usu supp N When you say your goodbyes, you say something such as… …   English dictionary

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