- v.喝彩( cheer的现在分词 ); 鼓励; 鼓舞;
- 名词: cheer;
Doran stuck his head out of the window to acknowledge the cheering.
She's feeling a bit down in the dumps and needs cheering up.
Most will probably be cheering on their favourite players.
Cheering crowds lined the route.
The audience thereupon rose cheering to their feet.
Sounds of cheering filtered in through the closed window.
The army went forth amid great cheering and applause.
They noticed a crowd of people shouting and cheering.
People were shouting and cheering with abandon.
The audience showed its approval by cheering loudly.
The army went forth amid great cheering.
The people in the stands at Candlestick Park are standing and cheering with all their might.
It is cheering to see that customers are to benefit from a rebate on their electricity bills.
The young singer was pleasantly surprised when waves of cheering broke over her at the end of her first performance.
On the square there was a wildly cheering throng.
1. encouragement in the form of cheers from spectators;
"it's all over but the shouting"
1. providing freedom from worry
2. bringing cheer or gladness;