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6 ways to wish Poland a happy birthday

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Happy birthday in Polish

Happy birthday in Polish means: Wszystkiego najlepszego! As in the German language, this term is used quite often. However, other expressions are often found much more frequently on social networks and in informal conversations. These are shorter, simpler and more familiar.

6 ways to wish a Pole a “Happy Birthday”

Below you will find many different ways in which you can congratulate a Pole as well as a Polish woman. Some of these are short forms and are particularly good for social media, while others have a slightly more general meaning. The variety allows you to choose the right shape for the phrase Happy Birthday.

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Happy birthday in Polish
  • Wszystkiego najlepszego! – Happy Birthday
  • Gratulacje z okazji urodzin! – Happy Birthday
  • Congratulations! – Congratulations
  • Powodzenia! – Good luck
  • Wszystkiego najlepszego! – All the best
  • Moje congratulations! – My congratulations

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The best thing is to apply your knowledge straight away and surprise a Polish friend, acquaintance or relative with a “Happy Birthday” in Polish. Poles are proud of their language and look forward to birthday wishes in the Polish national language. But do not be surprised if a “Dziękuję!“, “Wielkie dzięki!” Or “Dziękuję bardzo!” Comes back – this means something like “(Thank you very much)”. And don’t forget: variety makes life more beautiful and impressive – so you have several options to congratulate a Pole.

Birthday present for Poland

Finding the right birthday present is not always easy. Cash gifts, books and vouchers are standard. But what you can always fall back on are products from your country that do not exist in Poland. Older generations also enjoy regional local products from their region.

More resources in Polish

In this category you can find more Polish language expressions and lessons or do you want a different language?

There is also an overview page with birthday wishes in all languages. Did you know something like “Happy Birthday” in Finnish (one of the hardest languages)?

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