Say hello to

Say hello to someone (for me).

Please convey my good wishes to someone. (The someone can be a person's name or a pronoun. See also Give my best to someone; Remember me to someone.) Andy: Good-bye, Tom. Say hello to your brother for me. Tom: Sure. Bye, Andy. Sally: Well, good-bye. Mary: Bye. Sally: And say hello to Jane. Mary: Sure. Bye-bye.
See also: hello, say
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Summary: Say hello to the 'Vertu for Bentley' mobile phone, which will ensure that you wield as much power in your palm as you do on the roads.
People living on the usually quiet street have described Mr Bulman senior as a "very friendly" man One said: "I just knew him to say hello to.
Of course, he had no interest in talking to me, but just wanted to say hello to the kids.
THE Killers thought they were being stalked by some freaky twins until they realised Jedward were just trying to say hello to them at the MTV EMA after party.
The goal is for everyone to say hello to five or more strangers, people they don't know," says Coles.
Ahmed asks, "Should I say hello to people I don't know?
SAY hello to King Bruce, a two-year-old American Bulldog.
And on Saturday's ITV1 show she interrupted presenter Dermot O'Leary to say: "Can I just please say hello to Leonard.
I remember riding out in Newmarket and, riding past Pip's string, he would say hello to everyone - every inch the gentleman.
If you don't, say hello to damage when they aren't in use.
We figured it's harder to ring someone you say hello to.
Ravenous Rottweiler, say hello to the porterhouse steak.
SAY HELLO TO the Prophet Muhammad, seen here in a variety of illuminated Persian and Central Asian manuscripts made between the 7th and 16th centuries.
At age 14 and alone at home with her nine-year-old brother, her doorbell rang and there was the primate, Ted Scott, calling in to say hello to her parents.