"Cheers" in all languages..

Besoin d'une traduction dans toutes les langues possibles ?
Do you need something translated into as many languages as possible?

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Sanya
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"Cheers" in all languages..

Post by Sanya » 06 Jul 2004 19:18

Hello everyone!

Can you tell me how to say "CHEERS" and "GOOD APPETITE" in any language you can think off?

Thaks a lot.

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Post by didine » 06 Jul 2004 19:31

The topic for "good appetite" is here. I suggest people carry on with "good appetite" in the topic I mentioned, and translate "cheers" in this one.

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Post by didine » 06 Jul 2004 19:44

Finnish: kippis
Estonian: terviseks

Polish: na zdrowie
Russian: на здоровье

Danish, Norwegian, Swedish: skål

:drink:

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Post by flamenco » 06 Jul 2004 20:13

Español: ¡salud!
Allemand: prost!
Italiano: salute! ==> j'ai un doute :lol:

:hello:

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Post by Cãlin » 06 Jul 2004 20:56

Hi! :hello:

Here I go with "Cheers!":

Romanian: "Noroc!"
Swedish, Danish, Norwegian: "Skål!"
Brazilian Portuguese: "Saúde!"

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Post by Gilen » 06 Jul 2004 21:35

For "cheers"...

in Basque language : topa ! / osasuna !

in Vietnamese : chúc sức khoẻ anh !

in Hebrew : לחיים (leh'ayim)

in Arabic : باسم الله (bismilla)

in Farsi : في صحتك (fî sihetak)

in Japanese : 乾杯(actuel); 乾盃(ancien) (kanpai)

in Chinese : 干杯! (gan bei)

In German : prost !
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Post by Lu Viaggiaturi » 06 Jul 2004 21:43

Italiano: salute! ==> j'ai un doute :lol:

:hello:[/quote]

C'est bien ça en italien; je confirme.

Et pour le sicilien (in Sicilian), on peut dire "saluti!".
Ensuite, en norvégien (in Norwegian), c'est "skål!" et en islandais (in Icelandic)"skál!".
Voilà, c'est tout ce que j'ai en magasin pour le moment / That's all I have for the moment.

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Re: "Cheers" in all languages..

Post by Olivier » 06 Jul 2004 23:08

Sanya wrote:Can you tell me how to say "CHEERS"
In Hungarian: egészségedre!
(pronunciation is important: English eggaysh-shayggedreh, French èguééch-chééguèdrè)
Or speaking to several people: egészségetekre! (eggaysh-shayggettekreh / èguééch-chééguètècrè)
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Post by SubEspion » 07 Jul 2004 06:18

Lu Viaggiaturi wrote:Italiano: salute! ==> j'ai un doute :lol:
I also propose cin cin :)

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Post by kyliane » 07 Jul 2004 10:00

Quechua from Cuzco (Peru) and Bolivia : Ukyaykusun!
Quechua Ancashino (Peru) : Upurkushun!

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faute de frappe ?

Post by Andrzej » 07 Jul 2004 10:52

flamenco wrote:Allemand: prost!
:lol:

:hello:
ou Prosit!
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Post by Maïwenn » 07 Jul 2004 15:59

Je me demandais quel genre de "cheers" c'etait. Ce mot veut dire tant de choses ! Mais grace au danois j'ai compris :-) :drink:

en breton c'est : yec'hed mad
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Post by vallisoletano » 07 Jul 2004 18:40

moi aussi j'ai eu du mal, jusqu'à voir en italien et en espagnol :lol:

en portugais: "saúde !"

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Post by flamenco » 07 Jul 2004 18:49

Maïwenn wrote: Mais grace au danois j'ai compris :-) :drink:
;) Moi aussi c'est gràce au danois que j'ai compris ce que "cheers" voulait dire!!!!

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Post by albyx » 23 Jul 2004 13:49

"cheers" in Bulgarian :

на здраве !

pronounced [na zdrave], with English "e" from "pen"

It literally means "to health"

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