If you are out on travel, journey, holiday etc. and are drinking a great whisky , you may
want to say cheers to the locals.
Here is a guide to you on how to say cheers in different countries.
H\u1ea7u nh\u01b0 anh \u0111\u00e0n \u00f4ng n\u00e0o c\u0169ng n\u00f3i u\u1ed1ng r\u01b0\u1ee3u v\u00ec c\u00f4ng vi\u1ec7c, v\u00ec \u0111ang
vui, \u0111ang bu\u1ed3n... xin gi\u1edbi thi\u1ec7u m\u1ed9t s\u1ed1 c\u00e2u ch\u00fac c\u1ee7a c\u00e1c n\u01b0\u1edbc \u0111\u1ec3 th\u1ea5y
quan ni\u1ec7m v\u1ec1 vi\u1ec7c u\u1ed1ng r\u01b0\u1ee3u c\u1ee7a h\u1ecd th\u1ebf n\u00e0o.
Italia: Chin... chin!
Anh: Cheers! (Ch\u00fac s\u1ee9c kho\u1ebb).
Ph\u00e1p: A votre sant\u00e9! (V\u00ec s\u1ee9c kho\u1ebb c\u1ee7a b\u1ea1n).
\u0110\u1ee9c: Zum whol! (Ti\u1ebfn t\u1edbi s\u1ef1 th\u1ecbnh v\u01b0\u1ee3ng).
Thu\u1ef5 \u0110i\u1ec3n: Scole! (Ch\u00fac s\u1ee9c kho\u1ebb).
Ti\u1ec7p Kh\u1eafc (c\u0169): Na dravie! (Ch\u00fac s\u1ee9c kho\u1ebb).
Vi\u1ec7t Nam ta: M\u1ed9t, hai, ba... dz\u00f4! M\u1ed9t, hai, ba... dz\u00f4... Hahahaha
Kenya - hey is Jambo
Kikuyu (Kenya) Rathima andu atene
South African : There are 11 official languages English - cheers
Afrikaans - Gesondheid and try the word Amandla for the other 9
Wisconsin that has very strong German roots and everyone toasts,
almost without fail; "Prost"
Austrian / Austria Prosit - Prost (German) / Zum Wohl
'Op uw gezondheid' is fine for the Flemish (Dutch speaking) part of the country but for the other half, the French speaking people, it's the same as for France 'A VOTRE SANTE', although there are of course many other expressions.
Sant Hilari, Sant Hilari, fill de puta qui no se l'acabi
("Son of a bitch the one that does not finish the cup", vulgar)
Yung sing ("drink and win")
(Cantonese) Gom bui ("dry the cup")
Chinese Gan bei ("dry the cup")
Mandarin : Gan bei
or Kong chien.
Proost. Proost, Geluk, or Gezondheid
Dutch (Flemish) Proost
Gezondheid (to your health)
In pure dutch (netherlands) you should say, 'gezondheid' but more
common is 'proost'. Any othter expresion in any language can be and
will be used. As long as we can drink it will be OK.
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