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good evening

A conventional expression of greeting or, less commonly, farewell used around or after dusk. Good evening, Mary, is your father home? I believe we've made great progress so far, and we shall resume in the morning. Good evening, gentlemen!
See also: evening, good

good evening

see under good day.
See also: evening, good
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He said: "People come in and I'll say good evening to them.
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Thus, more good evening meetings and Sunday fixtures may, just may, be a good idea.
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It should be a good evening and we're hoping lots of people come along and join in.
The veteran Dutchman said: "We were here to prepare for our World Cup qualification games - and we had a very good evening with so many of our fans here, they gave us great support.
And by the look on her face, it was a good evening.
Speaking on the BBC's Good Evening Wales programme, Dr Gibbons admitted he personally did not inform the Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust that the money was coming.
Lambert, the director of government relations for United Teachers Los Angeles, walks by Hyman's desk every day, stopping in the lobby of the UTLA building to say good morning and good evening to the friendly security guard.