(Bien) cordialement, bien à vous : (Kind) regards, yours sincerely formel
When starting the correspondance with formal greetings such as (Cher) Monsieur (le directeur) or (Chère) Madame (la directrice), we sign off with cordialement or bien à vous. Some really formal types don't like using cordialement when addressing one's superior.
Bien à toi, Amicalement, Amitiés : Best wishes, all the best
Je t'embrasse, bises : Love
Bisous : Kisses, xxx familier
We use bisous to sign off letters and e-mails to close friends and family.
Salut mon chéri, tu vas bien ? Bisous ! Hi darling, how are you? Kisses!

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