Read on if you want to always have the right thing to say when leaving work, a group of friends at a bar or a family Sunday lunch.
Floreat, vigeat, valeat, et crescat! The child had a bad dream last night.
Even English, while technically a Germanic language, has been profoundly influenced by the same Latin roots that formed Italian.
With a woman or man alone, maybe elderly, maybe outside of your comfortable social circle, with whom you are on a formal speaking basis, you say, Arrivederla! Only the first two couplets of the translation are cross-rhymed.
Use a headset mic for best results.
You can use another expression, like a presto, ci vediamo, a domani, etc.