How People Say “Party” Around The World

Partying may be a universal pastime, but in order to get the party started around the world, you have to know how to say it first. And once you can, make sure to start the party off right with Tostitos® chips and dips.

1. In Dutch: Feest (fee-st)

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2. In Spanish: Fiesta (Fee-es-ta)

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3. In Italian: Festa (feh-sta)

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4. In Japanese: Pātī (pah-te-ii)

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5. In Polish: Melanż (Me-lansh)

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6. In Greek: Sinestiasi (Sin-ess-tiasi)

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7. In Hebrew: Mesiba (Mess-iba)

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8. In Hawaiian: Pa’ina (Pah-ina)

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9. In Jamaican: Bashment (Bah-sh-ment)

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10. In Finnish: Juhlia (Ju-lee-ha)

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