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To say "Cheers" in Irish simply, tell someone "Sláinte", which is pronounced "slawn-cha" and translates to "Health". Alternatively, you can make a toast by saying "Sláinte mhaith" to say "Good health" and pronounce it as "slan-cha vah." If you are with a group of friends and want to make your joy more expansive, tell them "Sláinte na bhfear agus go maire na mná go deo," is pronounced "slawn-cha na var agus guh mara na m-naw guh djeo". That way, you wish your friends "Health to the men and let the women live forever." To learn how to say "Cheers" in Irish at Christmas time or on New Year's Eve, read on!
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