adios muchachos

adios muchachos

1. A valediction said to a group. The phrase is Spanish and roughly means "goodbye, guys." OK, adios muchachos, see you tomorrow.
2. Death. With his health problems, if he keeps drinking like that, it'll be adios muchachos sooner than later.
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adios muchachos

(ɑdiˈos muˈtʃɑtʃos)
tv. good-bye everyone, it’s the end for you. (Spanish.) If you step out in front of a car like that again, it’s adios muchachos.
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