arrivederci arrivederci


  • (n) a farewell remark


  1. Fiat said arrivederci to America some 25 years ago and the thought of that nameplate returning is creating some bad flashbacks for people of a certain age.
  2. Fortnight after bidding Jacqueline Kennedy arrivederci, the villagers of Ravello this week turned out to say goodbye to Jackie's sister and hostess, Lee Radziwill, 29.
  3. As Milan says arrivederci to the star designer, his sexy look fades but new trends pay him homage.


  • Serie A 2012-13 season review: AC Milan start slow, but finish on a high to secure Champions League football

    3rd; W21 D9 L8 AC Milan This time last year, AC Milan had been pipped to the Scudetto by Juventus . A busy summer saw them say Arrivederci to a plethora of veterans, who either moved onto pastures new for one final swansong or walked away into retirement. The double sale of Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Paris Saint-Germain left a lot of fans scratching their heads. Inter Milan's ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: SB Nation


  1. ...a Conservative MP demanded to know why he was refusing to give Britons a referendum to allow them to reject the new EU treaty, the pro-European Mr Blair said simply that it was "au revoir, auf wiedersehen and arrivederci" from him.
    on Jun 27, 2007 By: Tony Blair Source: The Age

  2. "At this moment this is the right move," Conte told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "I have decided to leave and I already presented my decision last night, but it was rejected. I presented it again this morning. I hope this is an arrivederci and...
    on Jan 7, 2010 By: Antonio Conte Source:

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