Definición de skol en inglés:

skol

Saltos de línea: skol
Pronunciación: /skɒl
 
, skəʊl
 
/
(also skoal)

exclamación

Used to express friendly feelings towards one’s companions before drinking: ‘Skol!’ And he raised his glass
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But to the bringing of so much raw power and some added dimensions to the work, all I can say is skoal!
  • The custom of clinking glasses and meeting a drinking partner's gaze when you ‘skol’ them, is rooted in the Viking warrior tradition of ensuring that no one had poisoned their drink.
  • In order to avoid cliche (a novel concept in football), anyone who described the premiership feeling as ‘fantastic’ had to skol a beer.

Origen

early 17th century (a Scots use): from Danish and Norwegian skaal, Swedish skål, from Old Norse skál 'bowl'; perhaps introduced through the visit of James VI to Denmark in 1589.

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