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cheer /tʃiə/
  • danh từ
    • sự vui vẻ, sự khoái trá
    • sự cổ vũ, sự khuyến khích
      • words of cheer: những lời khuyến khích
    • sự hoan hô; tiêng hoan hô
      • to give three cheers for: hoan hô (ai) ba lần
    • đồ ăn ngon, món ăn thịnh soạn
      • to make good cheer: ăn món ăn thịnh soạn, ăn uống linh đình
    • khí sắc; thể trạng
      • what cheer this morning?: sáng nay anh thấy thể trạng thế nào?, sáng nay anh cảm thấy trong người thế nào?
    • to be good cheer!
      • cố gắng lên!; đừng nản, hãy can đảm lên!
    • to be of good cheer
      • đầy dũng cảm; đầy hy vọng
    • the fewer the better cheer
      • càng ít người càng được ăn nhiều
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm vui mừng, làm phấn khởi; làm hớn hở ((cũng) cheer up)
    • (+ on) khích lệ, cổ vũ
      • to cheer someone on: khích lệ ai, cổ vũ ai
    • hoan hô, tung hô
      • speaker was cheered loudly: diễn giả được hoan hô nhiệt liệt
  • nội động từ
    • vui, mừng, khoái, thích
    • (+ up) phấn khởi, phấn chấn, hớn hở, vui vẻ lên, hăng hái lên
      • cheer up, boys!: vui vẻ lên, hăng hái lên nào các cậu!
    • hoan hô, vỗ tay hoan hô
Concise Dictionary
cheers|cheered|cheeringtʃɪə
noun
+a cry or shout of approval
+the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom
verb
+give encouragement to
+show approval or good wishes by shouting
+cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful
+become cheerful
+urge on or encourage especially by shouts

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 disposition, frame of mind, spirit:
They were of good cheer, considering their predicament.
2 cheerfulness, gladness, mirth, joy, gaiety, blitheness, happiness, buoyancy, light-heartedness, merrymaking:
There wasn't much cheer at the pub when we learnt of what had befallen poor Grover.
3 comfort, solace, encouragement, consolation:
She brought in a little breath of cheer from the outside world.
4 shout, cry, hurrah, rah, huzzah, hurray or hooray:
Three cheers for Penelope!
v.
5 comfort, console, solace, encourage, inspirit, warm, Colloq buck up:
Your friendly note cheered me considerably.
6 gladden, enliven, cheer up, hearten, buoy up, brighten, elate, brighten, uplift, lift up:
Let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth.
7 applaud, shout, hurrah, clap, yell; Colloq Brit and Australian and New Zealand barrack for:
The crowd cheered for five minutes when Mr Flews stood to speak.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [C] a shout of joy, support or praise: A great cheer went up from the crowd. + cheers of encouragement + Three cheers for the winners! (= used when you are asking a group of people to cheer three times, in order to congratulate sb, etc.)
2 [C] (AmE) a special song or poem used by CHEERLEADERS
3 [U] (formal or literary) an atmosphere of happiness: Christmas and New Year are a time of good cheer in the company of family and friends.
+ verb
1 to shout loudly, to show support or praise for sb, or to give them encouragement: [V] We all cheered as the team came on to the field. + Cheering crowds greeted their arrival. + [VN] The crowd cheered the President as he drove slowly by.
2 [VN] [usually passive] to give hope, comfort or encouragement to sb: She was cheered by the news from home.
cheering noun [U]: He came on stage amid clapping and cheering.
cheering adjective: The results of the test were very cheering.
Phrasal Verbs: cheer sb<->on to give shouts of encouragement to sb in a race, competition, etc: The spectators cheered the runners on.
cheer up
cheer sb/sth<->up to become more cheerful; to make sb/sth more cheerful: Oh, come on-cheer up! + Give Mary a call; she needs cheering up. + Bright curtains can cheer up a dull room.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

big, deafening, great, hearty, huge, loud, rousing
The players were greeted by rousing cheers.

VERB + CHEER

give (sb)
They gave a big cheer when I finally arrived.
| be greeted by/with, get, raise
She got a loud cheer when she finished speaking.

CHEER + VERB

go up
A deafening cheer went up from the crowd.

CHEER + NOUN

leader

PREP.

amid/amidst ~
He accepted the prize amid cheers.
| to ~s
She went off the stage to loud cheers.
| ~ for
a cheer for democracy
| ~ from
There were loud cheers from the crowd.
| ~ of
cheers of welcome

PHRASES

three cheers for sb/sth
Three cheers for Mr Jones, who has been such a wonderful teacher!

verb

1 shout to encourage sb

ADV.

loudly, wildly
The crowd cheered loudly as the goalkeeper made a brilliant save.

PREP.

for
The fans cheered for their team.

2 make sb happy/more hopeful

ADV.

greatly, a lot
I was greatly cheered by this news. Talking to Jane cheered me up a lot.
| a bit | up

PREP.

(up) with
I cheered her up with memories of our holidays together.



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