Here's how!

Here's how!
<За> твоё [ваше] здоровье!

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  • here's how — idi here s how, (used as a toast.) …   From formal English to slang

  • here's how! — dated said when drinking to someone s health …   Useful english dictionary

  • here is — used in speech and informal writing to introduce a person, subject, or action Here is what I think we should do. Here s the thing/problem–I already told her I would go. Here is the latest election news. Here s how you should hold the golf club. • …   Useful english dictionary

  • HOW — 1. adv., conj., & n. interrog. adv. 1 by what means, in what way (how do you do it?; tell me how you do it; how could you behave so disgracefully?; but how to bridge the gap?). 2 in what condition, esp. of health (how is the patient?; how do… …   Useful english dictionary

  • how — how1 /how/, adv. 1. in what way or manner; by what means?: How did the accident happen? 2. to what extent, degree, etc.?: How damaged is the car? 3. in what state or condition?: How are you? 4. for what reason; why?: How can you talk such… …   Universalium

  • how — [[t]haʊ[/t]] adv. 1) in what way or manner; by what means?: How did the fire start?[/ex] 2) to what extent, degree, etc.?: How difficult was the test?[/ex] 3) in what state or condition?: How is the baby?[/ex] 4) for what reason; why?: How can… …   From formal English to slang

  • here we go (again)! —  1. Excl. complaining against repetitiousness.  2. Excl. signalling a beginning, here s how or mud in your eye or to us Expression of good wishes. (Toast.) …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • Here's your mule — / Where s my mule? ( Mister, here s your mule / Mister, where s my mule? ) was a famous Confederate catch phrase during the Civil War, and is often noted in Civil War histories. [Moore, The Rebellion Record , p. 288: The cry of Here s your mule,… …   Wikipedia

  • Here's Your Mule — or Where s my mule? (Mister, here s your mule or Mister, where s my mule?) was a Confederate catch phrase during the Civil War, often noted in Civil War histories.[1] It resulted in several Civil War songs, including Here s Your Mule , How Are… …   Wikipedia

  • Here I Am (Kelly Rowland album) — Here I Am …   Wikipedia

  • How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life —   …   Wikipedia


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