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cheerful
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
cheerful /'tʃjəful/
  • tính từ
    • vui mừng, phấn khởi; hớn hở, tươi cười
      • a cheerful face: bộ mặt hớn hở
    • vui mắt; vui vẻ
      • a cheerful room: căn phòng vui mắt
      • a cheerful conversation: câu chuyện vui vẻ
    • vui lòng, sẵn lòng, không miễn cưỡng (việc làm)
Concise Dictionary
'tʃɪəfʊl
adj.
+being full of or promoting cheer; having or showing good spirits
+pleasantly (even unrealistically) optimistic

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 joyous, glad, gladsome, blithesome, blithe, happy, cheery, of good cheer, joyful, jolly, exuberant, jubilant, gleeful, gay, light-hearted, merry:
I am pleased to see that Agatha is so cheerful. Why do you cry at weddings, which are supposed to be such cheerful occasions?
2 cheering, gladdening, animating, bright, enlivening, cheery, gay, buoyant, invigorating:
She has redecorated the bedroom in more cheerful colours.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 happy, and showing it by the way that you behave: You're not your usual cheerful self today. + He felt bright and cheerful and full of energy. + You're in a cheerful mood. + a cheerful, hard-working employee + a cheerful smile / voice
2 giving you a feeling of happiness: a bright, cheerful restaurant + walls painted in cheerful (= light and bright) colours + a chatty, cheerful letter
cheerfully adverb: to laugh / nod / whistle cheerfully + I could cheerfully have killed him when he said that (= I would have liked to). + She cheerfully admitted that she had no experience at all (= she wasn't afraid to do so).
cheerfulness noun [U]
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become | keep, remain, stay
I'm amazed that she keeps so cheerful.
| keep sb
We tried to keep him cheerful.

ADV.

amazingly, extremely, incredibly, remarkably, very | almost | fairly, quite | falsely
‘The doctor is on her way, ’ said Mrs Morris, sounding falsely cheerful.


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