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VERB 喝彩;欢呼 When people cheer, they shout loudly to show their approval or to encourage someone who is doing something such as taking part in a game.
The crowd cheered as Premier Wayne Goss unveiled a lifesize statue of poet Banjo Paterson...
Swiss fans cheered Jakob Hlasek during yesterday's match with Courier.
VERB 鼓舞;使鼓起精神 If you are cheered by something, it makes you happier or less worried.
Stephen noticed that the people around him looked cheered by his presence...
The weather was perfect for a picnic, he told himself, but the thought did nothing to cheer him.
N-UNCOUNT 欢快;愉快的情绪 Cheer is a feeling of cheerfulness.
They were impressed by his steadfast good cheer...
A timely bingo win brought some cheer to Juliet Little's family yesterday.
CONVENTION (祝酒语)干杯，干 People sometimes say 'Cheers' to each other just before they drink an alcoholic drink.
CONVENTION 谢谢;再见 Some people say 'Cheers' as a way of saying 'thank you' or 'goodbye'.