How To Say ‘Cheers’ Around The World

As the holidays approach and even if you stay home or go somewhere else, ‘cheers’ is a word you’ll be using more often than not. Here’s a list of how to say ‘cheers’ around the world in 12 different languages!

Which one have you learned recently?

Here's How to Say Cheers Around the World

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With different cultural influences permeating through various aspects of our  lives, it certainly doesn't hurt to know how to celebrate an occasion, a holiday, or just a drink in a different language!

  • Arabic

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    Fisehatak ("To Your Health")

  • Dutch

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    Proost

  • Spanish

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    Salud

  • Portugese

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    Saúde

  • Korean

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    Gun Bae

  • Italian

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    Salute or Cin Cin

  • Japanese

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    Kanpai ("Dry the Glass")

  • Russian

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    Na zdorovie ("To Your Health")

  • Mandarin

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    Gān Bēi (Pronounced: gan bay)

  • Swedish

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    Skål

  • French

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    Santé or Á la Votre 

  • German

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    Prost or Zum Wohl (Pronounced: tsum vohl)

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