- cheers [chirz]interj.good health: used as a toast
* * *cheers (chîrz) interj.Used as a toast or valediction. See salutation.
* * *a popular US comedy television programme of the 1980s and 1990s. It involved characters in a bar in Boston and won several Emmy awards.
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Cheers 2 U — Studio album by Playa Released March 24, 1998 … Wikipedia
Cheers — Альбом Оби Трайса Дата выпуска 23 сентября 2003 … Википедия
cheers — long established as a salutation used before drinking, has developed a meaning in BrE noted by the Times columnist Philip Howard: By a remarkable transition from the pub to the sober world at large outside cheers has become the colloquial synonym … Modern English usage
cheers — [ tʃırz ] interjection 1. ) used for expressing good wishes when holding a glass of alcohol, just before you drink it 2. ) BRITISH INFORMAL thank you: Here s that book you wanted to borrow. Oh, cheers. 3. ) BRITISH INFORMAL good bye … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
cheers — [ t̮ʃi:… ] <Interj.> [engl., zu: cheer, ↑ cheerio]: prosit, zum Wohl … Universal-Lexikon
cheers — [tʃıəz US tʃırz] interjection 1.) used when you lift a glass of alcohol before you drink it, in order to say that you hope the people you are drinking with will be happy and have good health 2.) BrE informal thank you 3.) BrE informal goodbye … Dictionary of contemporary English
cheers — salute or toast when taking a drink, British, 1919, from plural of CHEER (Cf. cheer) (also Cf. CHEERIO (Cf. cheerio)). Earlier it is recorded as a shout of support or encouragement (1720). The old English greeting what cheer was picked up by… … Etymology dictionary
cheers — ► EXCLAMATION informal 1) expressing good wishes before drinking. 2) chiefly Brit. said to express gratitude or on parting … English terms dictionary
cheers — [chirz] interj. good health: used as a toast … English World dictionary
cheers! — interjection (informal) 1. Good health! (used when drinking a toast) 2. Thank you! 3. Cheerio, goodbye! • • • Main Entry: ↑cheer … Useful english dictionary