Discussion in 'Deutsch (German)' started by ensonfang, Jul 30, 2012.
what does "Mit freundlichen Grüßen" mean in english?
As far as I see, it is "best regards".
Literally it is "with friendly greetings/wishes".
Do you have any context? I do not see context in your link.
It may be with context there is a better phrase.
But that's not really a question to ask. You can easily look up this in a dictionary and you should do that first, according to the forum rules.
The exception is, of course, if you have any further questions.
You would use "Mit freundlichen Grüßen" as a complimentary close at the end of any kind of formal letter / business letter.
So it corresponds to "Yours faithfully" / "Yours sincerely" in British English or to "Sincerely" / "Sincerely yours" / "Yours truly"/ ... in American English.
"Regards" / "Best regards" is less formal than "Mit freundlichen Grüßen".
Separate names with a comma.