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Used to express friendly feelings towards one's companions before drinking.
here's to you, good health, your health, here's health, skol, good luckView synonyms
- ‘After largely ignoring the typed speech, he came to the end of his comments by saying: ‘I am declaring this plant officially open, so it's bottoms up!’’
- ‘From the looks of you, it seems to me that you might be a big drinker. Bottoms up?’
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