Definition of 'cheers'
Example sentences containing 'cheers'
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Then, out of nothing, Patrick cheers up suddenly (blood sugar? THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)On the ship, crew and officers lined the weather rail and raised three cheers. THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
There were scattered groans from the Petrocchis, and cheers, not quite certain and even more scattered, from the Montanas. THE MAGICIANS OF CAPRONA (2002)
Trends of 'cheers'
Used Occasionally. cheers is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cheers'
British English: cheers! /tʃɪəz/ INTERJECTION
Cheers! is a word that people say to each other as they lift up their glasses to drink.
- American English: cheers!
- Arabic: !في صِحَّتك
- Brazilian Portuguese: saúde!
- Chinese: 干杯！
- Croatian: živjeli!
- Czech: na zdraví!
- Danish: skål
- Dutch: proost!
- European Spanish: ¡salud!
- Finnish: kippis!
- French: santé !
- German: Prost!
- Greek: στην υγειά σας!
- Italian: salute!
- Japanese: 乾杯！
- Korean: 건배!
- Norwegian: skål!
- Polish: na zdrowie!
- European Portuguese: saúde!
- Romanian: Noroc!
- Russian: за ваше здоровье!
- Spanish: ¡salud!
- Swedish: skål!
- Thai: คำกล่าวเมื่อชนแก้วกันหมายถึงขอให้มีสุขภาพดี
- Turkish: şerefe!
- Ukrainian: будьмо!
- Vietnamese: chúc mừng!
Definition of cheers from the Collins English Dictionary
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