How to say “cheers” in 33 different languages
Cheers! Health! To Your Health! Good Luck!
No matter how you say it, there’s a universal language when it comes to beer and it involves clinking your glasses together and having a nice big gulp.
While you can usually communicate with other’s who speak a different language simply by raising your glass to the air and giving a slight eyebrow raise, half the fun is attempting to pronounce the common ‘Cheers’ in their native tongue. And let’s be honest, while half the time you might pronounce it wrong, most of you won’t even notice after a few glasses of high-percentage beer.
How to say cheers in different languages
Pronounced: “Fe sahetek”
Pronounced: “Naz-drah vi”
Prost / Zum wohl
Pronounced: “Prohst / Tsum vohl”
Pronounced: “Okole maluna”
Pronounced: “egg-esh ay-ged-reh”
Salute / Cin cin
Pronounced: “Saw-lutay / Chin chin”
Pronounced: “Ee sweh-kata”
Pronounced: “Gan bay”
Будем здоровы/ На здоровье
Pronounced: “Budem zdorovi/ Na zdorovie”
Pronounced: “chok dee”
Pronounced: “Yeh-chid dah”
Pronounced: “Say geh-sund”
Ready to “Cheers” your fellow drinkers?
While this list covers many of the most common languages of the world, there’s quite a few more out there that have their own way to say “cheers”. If you’re ever unsure, a quick translation on Google will provide the goods.
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