How to Say Goodnight in Spanish
If you plan on visiting a Spanish speaking country soon, it is important to learn how to say “Goodnight.” In fact, Spanish culture appreciates being able to greet someone politely at different times of the day. From buenos dias meaning good morning to buenas tardes meaning good afternoon, there is also a common phrase used for later in the night – buenas noches.
Buenas noches – Usually when ending activity for the day or late night, buenas noches is used to say “good night” in Spanish. Good night is often used to say goodbye at the end of the day or later on at night when people part ways for the rest of the night or evening. Good night may also be used when someone is going to bed.
What’s more, as a rule of thumb, you can say goodnight to someone you are separating for the rest of the day, anytime from 5 pm. It only means you are saying goodbye after closing for the day. As you continue to stay in the country, you will hear people saying buenas noches both during the evening and at night.
Few Examples of when to say Goodnight in Spanish
Goodnight sweetheart. – “Buenas noches cariño,”
They all said goodnight and left for their home. – “Ellas dijeron buenas noches y se fueron a casa.”
She turned and said, Goodnight, Jose. – “Ella se volvió y dijo: Buenas noches, José.”
Santiago kissed Isabella goodnight. – “Santiago le dio un beso de buenas noches a Isabella.”