Question by liliabvbio: someone knows what Nazdrovia means?
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Answer by kitty
I thought it meant “Cheers!”
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Answer by RussianCatSima
Usually: “Na zdorovie” means in Russian “For your health” and it is the same as “you are welcome” when someone is expressing gratitude for given food or a drink.
Suppose, I gave you a dinner, you said “Thanks, it was great”
And I say “Na Zdorovie” (hope, it is good for your health)
Just a Russian polite formula.
There is a drinking toast “Za vashe zdorovie!”
Means “drinking, wishing to your health”
Perhaps, in polish that toast sounds different.
Answer by wize woman
“to good health” or “for good health” in Russian.
I hope it helps.
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Comments ( 2 )
In Slovakia we use the phrase Na zdravie (meaning to your health) either as a toast or when somebody sneezes.
Rich P says
Yes, Nazdrovia means Naz drove her, her friend Naz drove her to her other boy friends house, not yours. It means that she isn’t your girl anymore. Hate to let you in on it.