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bon voyage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbon voyagebon voy‧age /ˌbɒn vɔɪˈɑːʒ $ ˌbɒːn-/ interjection  TTLUCKYused to wish someone a good journey
Examples from the Corpus
bon voyageA killer instinct required to spoil a tearful bon voyage party for a beloved figure.
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