What is hello meaning in Russian?

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Arringtastic1992
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Privet in Russian means hi / hey / hello. It is the most common Russian informal greeting. In Cyrillic it's written приве́т. Privet is an informal way to say hello and should be used only with friends, relatives or people younger than you.
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(Original post by Arringtastic1992)
Privet in Russian means hi / hey / hello. It is the most common Russian informal greeting. In Cyrillic it's written приве́т. Privet is an informal way to say hello and should be used only with friends, relatives or people younger than you.
Yup, exactly this.

Goodbye is pronounced Do svidanya, written in Cyrillic as до свидания.
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