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4 ways to wish Brazilians a happy birthday

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Happy birthday in brazilian

Happy birthday in Brazilian (Brazilian Portuguese) is: Feliz aniversário! This term is used the most because it is the standard phrase and can always be used. In social networks, but also in personal conversations, you will also find many extensions.

4 ways to wish a Brazilian “happy birthday”

In the list below you will find different ways to congratulate a Brazilian. Some of these are short forms specifically for social media or informal conversations. Others, on the other hand, have a more general meaning and can of course be used in many ways.

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Happy Birthday in Brazilian
  • Feliz aniversário! – Happy birthday! / Happy Birthday!
  • Tudo de bom! – All the best!
  • Parabens! – Congratulations!
  • Te desejando um feliz aniversário! – Wishing you a happy birthday

It’s best if you apply your knowledge right away and surprise a Brazilian friend, acquaintance or relative with a “Happy Birthday” in Brazilian. Brazilians are extremely proud of their language, Portuguese-Brazilian, and appreciate birthday wishes in their native language. Don’t be surprised if they say “Obrigado!” or “Muito obrigado!” – which means something like “(Thank you very much). “. And don’t forget: Variety makes life nicer – so you have several ways to congratulate a Brazilian.

Birthday gifts for Brazilians

Brazilians are happy about regional articles – as long as they are not from Argentina. A bottle of wine, something sweet, but also kitchen utensils – such as knives. Of course, Brazilians also look forward to delicacies from other regions of the world, such as North America or Europe. Otherwise, technical items, wind chimes and cosmetics are also well received in Brazil.

More resources in Brazilian

In this category you can find more Brazilian language expressions and lessons or do you want to learn another language? There is also an overview page with birthday wishes in all languages. Would you have known how “happy birthday” is in Finnish (one of the hardest languages)?

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