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Can You Say Cheers in Every Language?

Do You Know Your Drink Toasts Around the World?

The onset of Summer means many things: road trips, picnics, barbecues, watermelon . . . and weddings. Rarely does a June or July pass by when I'm not at or in a wedding celebration. Since lots of wedding toasts are to be had this time of year, I thought I'd put your multicultural toasting skills to the test. Do you know how to say "Cheers!" in every language? There's only one way to find out!

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Do You Know Your Drink Toasts Around the World?

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ObladiOblada ObladiOblada 6 years
The Gaelic - Sláinte should have made the list!
ipaulinha ipaulinha 6 years
We say saúde in Brazil and not cin cin, never even heard of it...
heartlebug21 heartlebug21 6 years
Cin cin is italian, salute is for sneezing.
OChottie OChottie 6 years
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OChottie OChottie 6 years
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OChottie OChottie 6 years
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OChottie OChottie 6 years
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OChottie OChottie 6 years
Soniabonya- My boss is Hungarian so I knew that one! Thanks for the spelling, now I can put it on his next Name Day card. :HUGS:
lisabarn lisabarn 6 years
I am ok with 10/12 - too many cheers over too many drinks in too many countries....
Soniabonya Soniabonya 6 years
6/12. Egészségedre! Hungarian for Cheers! :)
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 6 years
Holy tongue twister that was a linguistic test!
Food Food 6 years
GreekGirlinSC, I stand corrected! I just updated the answer so it's more accurate. ;-)
doogirl doogirl 6 years
8/12! I guessed on most of them. I'm a fan of saying "salud," I just like the way it sounds!
Dagne Dagne 6 years
I've only heard of Italians using "cin cin" as well.
weffie weffie 6 years
I didn't know they used "cin cin" in Portuguese, I've only ever heard it from Italians!Webtender says in Brazil they use Saúde... but meh, I was lousy at this anyway lol
weffie weffie 6 years
I didn't know they used "cin cin" in Portuguese, I've only ever heard it from Italians! Webtender says in Brazil they use Saúde... but meh, I was lousy at this anyway lol
mamasitamalita mamasitamalita 6 years
slainte is Gaelic (slawn-cha), and works best with Guiness :) :) :)
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