How to Say “Cheers” in 10 Different Languages

Cheers in Spanish: Salud

Pronounced: Sah-lud
Translation: “Health”

Cheers in Swedish: Skål

Pronounced: Skawl
Translation: “Cheers”

Cheers in German: Prost

Pronounced: Prohst
Translation: “Cheers”

Cheers in Japanese: 乾杯 / Kanpai

Pronounced: Kan-pie
Translation: “Cheers” or “Dry Cup” or “Empty the glass”

Cheers in Greek: Υγεία / Yamas

Pronounced: Ya-Mas
Translation: “Health”

Cheers in Chinese (Mandarin): 干杯 / Gānbēi

Pronounced: Gan-bay
Translation: “Cheers” or “dry cup”

Cheers in Afrikaans: Gesondheid

Pronounced: Ge-sund-hate
Translation: “Health”

Cheers in Korean: 건배 / Geonbae

Pronounced: Gun-bae
Translation: “Empty glass”

Cheers in Portuguese: Saúde

Pronounced: Saw-OO-de
Translation: Health

Cheers in Japanese: 乾杯 / Kanpai

Pronounced: Kan-pie
Translation: “Cheers” or “Dry Cup” or “Empty the glass”

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