Definition of 'cheerio'
Example sentences containing 'cheerio'
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Very carefully I checked my map to make sure I didn't go the wrong way again, then I said cheerio to Rob and set off. THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT (2003)Alec dressed quickly, said cheerio, and walked into the kitchen with a shuffle that more or less hid the burnt side of his trainer. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE (2003)Then head off into the wild blue yonder: point the nose of the thing for the equator and cheerio ! LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2003)
That's Italian for " cheerio " or "see ya," according to His Lordship who is busy these days with his dictionaries and phrase books. 52449_CLARA (2003)
Trends of 'cheerio'
Used Rarely. cheerio is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cheerio'
British English: cheerio! /ˈtʃɪərɪˈəʊ/ INTERJECTION
People sometimes say `Cheerio!' as a way of saying goodbye.
- American English: bye!
- Arabic: وَدَاعاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: Até logo!
- Chinese: 再见！
- Croatian: živio!
- Czech: ahoj! rozloučení
- Danish: hej-hej
- Dutch: dag!
- European Spanish: ¡chao!
- Finnish: hei!
- French: ciao !
- German: Mach’s gut!
- Greek: εις υγείαν!
- Italian: ciao!
- Japanese: ではまた！
- Korean: 안녕!
- Norwegian: ha det!
- Polish: cześć!
- European Portuguese: Até logo!
- Romanian: Salutare!
- Russian: всего хорошего!
- Spanish: ¡chao!
- Swedish: hej då!
- Thai: ลาก่อน
- Turkish: sağlıcakla!
- Ukrainian: бувай!
- Vietnamese: chào tạm biệt!
Definition of cheerio from the Collins English Dictionary
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