My colombian friend always says juicio/juicioso/juiciosa when we finish talking to each other and want to say goodbye. Is that one of the way to say goodbye in Colombia?

  • I think this question lacks some more context. My first guess is that, when saying goodbye, by using "juicio" one friend tells the other something like: Be good, or Behave yourself.
    – Gustavson
    Jan 3 at 18:02
  • I can't find it now, but this was recently discussed in another question. From memory the consensus was that "juicio" is meant to imply having the behaviors/attributes of a judge - honest, meticulous, straight forward etc. Hopefully someone else can locate that question.
    – Peter M
    Jan 3 at 18:44
  • If you can read Spanish, here is the other question where this is discussed.
    – wimi
    Jan 3 at 18:47
  • Oh I understand now. Thank you so much guys! :)
    – Nedin
    Jan 3 at 22:42

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