Western countries have always been known for their traditions and heritage that date back hundreds of years. Some of the first known cheers and toasts came from Kings in Europe who used it to welcome people who came to their halls and help seal peace between countries.
It was always a time for celebration and that still holds true today. Spain is no different as they enjoy social gatherings where they can share stories of how their day went or just hang out with good friends and family. If you plan on visiting Spain it would be wise to brush up on some popular Spanish sayings. One such term is how to say cheers.
Cheers in Spanish
Salud (Pronounced: Sah-lud) – The most common cheers said among locals is Salud. The meaning of this term is “to your health”. You may also hear people say it if someone sneezes, but in this case we are using it for raising your glass.
Chin-chin – A more informal way to say cheers is by saying chin-chin.