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wave/say goodbye to sth

informal humorous
to accept that you will no longer have something you value or that you will not get something you hoped to receive: Well, if you've argued with senior management you can wave goodbye to any chances of promotion!
Translations of “wave/say goodbye to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 向…揮手告別, 不再指望得到……
in Chinese (Simplified) 向…挥手告别, 不再指望得到……
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