- v.喝彩( cheer的过去式和过去分词 ); 鼓励; 鼓舞;
Swiss fans cheered Jakob Hlasek during yesterday's match with Courier.
Then I remembered the cheque, which cheered me up.
The assembled multitude cheered and whistled as the political leaders arrived.
Stephen noticed that the people around him looked cheered by his presence.
She was cheered and clapped by tourists who jostled to see her.
He cheered up on Christmas Day itself.
The students on the grass bank cheered noisily.
The audience cheered and clapped.
Everyone cheered and clapped.
He cheered up at the thought of seeing her again.
She cheered up after we had been to see her.
Everyone cheered for the violinist at our school concert.
The king's head was struck off while the crowd cheered.
His speech was cheered by the audience.
We cheered the triumphant team.
When the Ford Motor Company, for example, recently announced that it was bringing some production home, the White House cheered.