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The use of "buenas tardes" and "buenas noches" depends on the time of day. Before dark you would use the former, and after dark the latter.
good evening
1. Buenas noches
  • Good evening and I hope you enjoy your dinner. -> Buenas noches y espero que disfrute la cena.
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