Therefore, if it’s past 1 pm it’s about time you start saying “have a good afternoon.” How do you say so in Spanish? Let’s find out.
Spanish for “good afternoon” is buenas tardes. Yes, that’s it. It’s pronounced as bweh-nahs tahr-dehs. While buenas means “good”, tardes means “afternoon.”
You can combine this phrase with a title such as Buena tarde senor – Good afternoon Sir.
For more than one person, you can say Buenas tardes a todos – Good afternoon everyone.
The Spanish good afternoon is valid till noon or evening as there is no time constraint. You can say it anytime after 1 pm or 2 pm and before night.