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Learn to Say Cheers in 50 Languages

So many different people go out in Dublin from all over the world. Doesn’t that make the nightclub scene more unique and exciting!? After being in Dublin for a few years, we learned how to say cheers in many languages. How to write them…well…that we don’t remember! But here is a list that tells you how to say cheers in 50 languages. If you remember them all, your friends will be impressed! So be more creative next time when you find yourself in a bar and say Proost instead of Cheers! 😉

  1. Afrikaans Gesondheid
  2. Albanian Gëzuar
  3. Arabic (Egypt) فى صحتك (Fe sahetek)
  4. Armenian Կէնաձդ (Genatzt)
  5. Azerbaijani Nuş olsun
  6. Bosnian Živjeli
  7. Bulgarian Наздраве (Naz-dra-vey)
  8. Burmese Aung myin par say
  9. Catalan Salut
  10. Chamorro Biba
  11. Mandarin 干杯 (gān bēi)
  12. Croatian Živjeli /Nazdravlje
  13. Czech Na zdravi
  14. Danish Skål
  15. Dutch Proost
  16. Estonian Terviseks
  17. Filipino Mabuhay
  18. Finnish Kippis
  19. French Santé
  20. Galician Salud
  21. German Prost
  22. Greek ΥΓΕΙΑ (Yamas)
  23. Hawaiian Å’kålè ma’luna
  24. Hebrew לחיים (L’chaim)
  25. Hungarian Egészségedre
  26. Icelandic Skál
  27. Irish Gaelic Sláinte  (Slawn-cha)
  28. Italian Salute
  29. Japanese 乾杯 (Kanpai Kan-pie)
  30. Korean 건배 (Gun bae)
  31. Latvian Priekā
  32. Lithuanian į sveikatą
  33. Macedonian На здравје (Na zdravye)
  34. Mongolian Эрүүл мэндийн төлөө  (Eruhl mehdiin toloo)
  35. Norwegian Skål
  36. Polish Na zdrowie
  37. Portuguese Saúde
  38. Romanian Noroc
  39. Russian Будем здоровы/На здоровье (Budem zdorovi/Na zdorovie)
  40. Serbian živeli
  41. Slovak Na zdravie
  42. Slovenian Na zdravje
  43. Spanish Salud
  44. Swedish Skål
  45. Thai Chok dee
  46. Turkish Şerefe
  47. Ukrainian будьмо (Boodmo)
  48. Vietnamese Dô /Vô (Jou/Dzo)
  49. Welsh Iechyd da
  50. Yiddish Sei gesund

 

Which replacement for Cheers do you like to use often?