This is how to say “cheers!” around the world

Santé!

Where: France

Pronounced: Sontey [sɑ̃.te]

Just like the Spanish “salud“, this French word is Latin in origin. Depending on the formality of the situation, you can say “à votre santé” or “à ta santé“, which translates to, “to your health”.

5 Responses to “This is how to say “cheers!” around the world”

  1. Jorge Nunes says:

    Actually, the Portuguese way of saying is not “Salood”, like the Spanish – we say “Saúde”, pronounced more like [sa.ud] – same meaning (Health), but different!!

  2. Angeliki Tsioli says:

    Yia mas in Greek, which means to our health
    Egészségére in Hungarian

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