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France: "Chin-Chin"?

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Drinking a little French wine recently with French son and his girlfriend who just returned from a month in France i was surprised when they toasted:

"Chin-Chin"

rather than a ta Sante or whatever that phrased, to your health is exactly

I asked what was this Chin-Chin - i had traveled France for a long time and on many occasions was involved in toasts but never heard "Chin-Chin"

but son said that it was very common in France, especially among younger folk. I'm still skeptical.

Is Chin-Chin a widely used toast in France?

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