adios adios  /ˌɑ di ˈoʊs/


  • (n) a farewell remark


  • Cross them, says the presidential candidate handbook, and say adios to the Sunshine State's 27 electoral votes.


  1. Top 10 Reasons Medina Lost

      Adios, District 5 council member David Medina, we hardly knew ye, though it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying on our part (or that of any other media outlet). On Saturday, he lost in a runoff, along with District 8 hopeful Rolando Briones. We like to think the two studmuffins lived in what 30 Rock‘s Liz Lemon described as “the bubble,” which largely allowed them to skate by on good looks ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current

  2. The 10 Toughest TV Farewells of the Year

    The 2012–13 TV season brought us some high-profile finales, but some long-forgotten shows drew to an close, as well. "That was still on?" said everyone leading up to the series finales of Weeds and Damages. Yes, they were still on! But now they're not. We said adios to a lot ... More »
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Vulture


  1. After turning his attention on McCain, Obama said: "we know what happens in Arizona when you don't have an ID. ...... Adios amigos."
    on May 2, 2010 By: Barack Obama Source:

  2. "I am aware of football's rules, as I have been part of this world for 20 years, so I accept my fate, decided by Tottenham Hotspur's officials, but right now it is the moment to say 'adios' to all the Spurs family," Ramos told his personal...
    on Oct 28, 2008 By: Juande Ramos Source: Premiership Latest

  3. "It's a sort of a passing of the torch song, it's an adios song," Henley said. "It works on that level for our children and also on the band level."
    on Nov 5, 2007 By: Don Henley Source: Los Angeles Times

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repudiate repudiate
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