Aish Karo!" (Enjoy!) (India). * "Аз жаргал хүсье!" (meaning "Wish you happiness"), spelled Az jargal husie, (Mongolia) * "Be Salamati!" (Iran) * "Dzer kenatse!" (Armenia) - Ձեր կենացը՜, meaning to you! * "Egészségedre!" (To your good health!) (Hungary). * "Eviva" (Maltese) * "Geiá mas" (Our health! ) (Greece) * "Gesondheid" (To your good health!) (South African Afrikaans) * "Gan Bei" (China) * "На здравје!" (To good health) ( ) * "На здраве!" (To good health) (Bulgaria) * "Iechyd Da" (Wales) * "Kanpai" (Japan) * "Terviseks" (Estonia) meaning for health * "Kippis" (Finland) * "L'Chaim" (Israel and Jewish communities worldwide) * "Noroc!" (Good luck!) (Romania). * "Prost" (Germany and German-speaking places) * "Proost" (The ) * "Schol" (Flanders) * "skál" (Iceland). * "Skål", in English often spelled Skoal, (Denmark, Norway, and parts of Finland) * "Santé", or "Chin", or "Tchin! Tchin" (France and Québec) * "Sláinte" (Ireland and among speakers of Scots Gaelic) * "Salute" ( "for health"), "prosit", "Cin cin" (Italy) (or "Tin tin" in Brazil) * "Saúde" (Portugal and Lusophone countries) * "Salud" (Spanish) * "Wihayeo", or "Geonbae" (Korea). * "Na zdrowie" (Poland). * "За вас!", (Russia); generic toast, in English often spelled Za Vas meaning to you. * "Şerefe" (To honor!) (Turkey). * "Salut!" (Catalan) or "Salut i Força al Canut!" * "Saliq!" ( ) * "Letenachin"-Ethiopia (Colloquialism/Vulgar) * "Sǎnǎtate!" (To (your) good health!) (Romania). * "Topa!" (Meet [the glasses]!) (Basque). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast_%28honor%29#Worldwide
To your health, Cin Cin, Salud
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"Cheers" is what you say in Britain!
Cheers! = Prost! Cheers! = Prosit!
Australians say bye, goodbye, see you, cheers, cheerio, hooroo, catch you later and other words and phrases similar to those heard in other English-speaking countries.
Cheers = Saúde
"Je via sano" (i.e. to your health) is the usual way to say "cheers" in Esperanto
They dont say 'cheers' when having a drink, they say 'good luck' which translates to 'Chohk Dee.'
Cheers. People would understand.
Antonyms are words that are the opposite of other words. If I say "different" the antonym would be "alike". Synonyms are words that has the same meaning as other words. If I say "different" a synonym would be "various".
You say "Cheers" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Eku araya".
'Cheers' is乾杯 (kanpai) in Japanese.
Cheers in Mandarin is 干杯（gān bēi）
Other than the word hell, you will get banned for using naughty words.
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You say "cheers" in spanish like "alegrías". It also means Joys.
it cheers me up - cela me remonte le moral
Most of Switzerland speaks German. In German, cheers is Beifall
In Norwegian, when toasting over a drink they say "skÃ¥l!".Which is the equivalent of "cheers!" in English.
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mean something other than what they literally say. -APEX- :)
hello how are you doing
how do you say in Polish: Three Cheers... Mr. Playboy its so nice to meet you, can i come join the party too...