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salut Syllabification: sa·lut
Pronunciation: /saˈlo͞o/ /säˈlY/

Definition of salut in English:

exclamation

Used to express friendly feelings toward one’s companions before drinking.
Example sentences
  • As usual this coming Saturday, for the final, I'll be spending the evening watching it in the company of a bottle of champagne and a decent-size box of handmade Belgian chocolates - salut!
  • Everybody! CHEERS for Anderson!!!! Salut! Drink Comrades!
  • Cheers! Salut! Whatever the toast, whatever the occasion, gathering often involves the serving of alcoholic beverages.

Origin

French.

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