What is another word for banzai?

379 synonyms found


[ bˈanza͡ɪ], [ bˈanza‍ɪ], [ b_ˈa_n_z_aɪ]

Banzai is a Japanese exclamation often used to express enthusiasm, excitement and courage. However, there are a few other alternative words to use if the occasion calls for it. One of which is "yatta!", which also means 'hooray!' or 'I did it!' and can be used to respond to good news. Another is "tally-ho", a British exclamation that is often used to express encouragement and enthusiasm for an activity. "Huzzah!" is another word with a similar meaning that can be used instead of banzai. Additionally, the phrase "let's go!" works as a more general substitute for banzai in any context.

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How to use "Banzai" in context?

Banzai is a Japanese exclamation of joy or enthusiasm, typically translated as "happy days!" or "hurray!" It is a jingoistic patriotic cry that dates back to the 1890s and is often used as a battle cry by the Japanese military. It is also the basis for the salute "banzai!

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