Various

Bonjour

Meaning of “bonjour” in different languages

Chinese

你好
nei* ho/lei ho (Cantonese)
nǐ hǎo (Mandarin)

Dutch

hallo (informal)
goedendag (formal)

English

hi/hey (informal)
hello (formal)

German

hallo (informal)
Guten Tag (formal, daytime)
Guten Abend (formal, evening)

Hebrew

shalom
hi (informal)

Italian

ciào (informal)
buonguiorno (formal, daytime)
buona sera (formal, evening)

Japanese

おはよう(ございます)
ohayoou (gozaimasu)

Korean

안녕하세요 ahn nyeong ha se yo (formal)
안녕 ahn nyeong (informal)

Portugese

oi, boas, olá or alô

Russian

привет!
Privet! (informal)
zdravstvuyte (formal)

Spanish

hola

Swedish

tja (very informal)
hej (informal)
god dag (formal)

Vietnamese

xin chào