What Are Some Great Italian Drinking Toasts or Cheers Besides Salute?

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American's say cheers to make a toast, but salute is the word in Italian for a drinking toast. Some great Italian drinking toasts or cheers besides salute are cento di questi giorni, cent' anni, and cin, cin. Cento di questi giorni means may you live a hundred years, and cent' anni means a hundred years.
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We also say "cin cin" (cheen cheen) that means nothing in Italian but it is a very common expression, otherwise someone says "prosit" which is a Latin expression
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Here's to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer-and another one! Or a little change for Jason..... I am sure you
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