In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Medicinehealthno se encuentra bien de salud — she's not in very good health
- goza de buena salud — he enjoys good health
- te lo juro por la salud de mis hijos — I swear it on my mother's grave
- salud espiritual — spiritual wellbeing
- curarse en salud — to play safe
- vender salud — to be a picture of health
2¡salud! — cheers!
- ¡a su salud! — your (very good) health!
- ¡a la salud de los novios! — the bride and groom!
- salud, dinero y amor / (Spain) salud, amor y pesetas — here's to health, wealth and love!
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