- n. 欢呼；激励；愉快
- vt. 鼓舞；加油；快活起来
- vi. 欢呼；使振奋
- vt. & vi. 为…欢呼,喝彩 shout in praise, approval or support
- vt. & vi. 鼓励,鼓舞 give encouragement or hope to
- [C]欢呼,喝彩 a shout of praise, approval, or encouragement
- [U]快活,欢欣 a feeling of happiness and confidence; good spirits
a cry or shout of approval
the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom;
"flowers added a note of cheerfulness to the drab room"
give encouragement to
show approval or good wishes by shouting;
"everybody cheered the birthday boy"
cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful;
"She tried to cheer up the disappointed child when he failed to win the spelling bee"
spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts;
"The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers"
- The audience greet his speech with loud cheer.
- The audience gave a great cheer when he scored.
- The doctor spoke words of cheer to the sick child.
- Your words of cheer disposed me for the task.
- He's always full of cheer in summer.
- The crowd cheered the runners on as they started the last lap.
- They beat drums to cheer up the players.
- I will be there to cheer for you.
- His high spirits flood her and cheer her.
- The crowd cheered loudly as the Queen appeared.
- When they saw us, they waved and cheered.
- The crowds cheered as the queen rode past.
- The children cheered as the plane swept low over the village.
- They cheered when the truck came.
- The audience caught fire at the speaker's words and began to cheer.
- Everyone cheered at the news that the war was over.
- The audience cheered him as he walked on stage.
- Your visit has cheered the sick man.
- The boys cheered their football team.
- They cheered both teams with enthusiasm.
- Mary did her best to cheer her father and to prevent him from hearing what John was saying.
- The capture of that thief cheered the people greatly.
- The speaker was loudly cheered by the crowd.
- His speech was cheered by the audience.
- The trapped miners were cheered when they heard the rescue party.
- He was cheered with singing.
- Everyone was cheered by the good news.
- He was cheered by the hope that he might see his mother soon.
- She was cheered by the examination result.
- It cheered the old woman to have us visit her.
- We cheered ourselves hoarse.
- The President stood up to acknowledge the cheers of the crowd.
- When the first stream of clear water flowed into the canal, a great cheer went up.
- Cheer after cheer followed his appearance on the platform.
- Her successful jump brought a spontaneous cheer from the crowd.
- I heard the cheers of the crowd, and I knew our team was winning.
- The young swimmer got so tired that she wanted to stop; but she was carried along by the cheers of her supporters.
- The expedition leader called for the members of the team to give three cheers for their helpers.
- The cheers spurred the team to victory.
- The young singer has been burning for a chance to hear the cheers of the crowd.
- He tried to comfort me with words of cheer.
- The nurse always had words of cheer for the patients.
- The general's speech gave cheer to his anxious troops.
- She promised to help with good cheer.
- The party sparkled with cheer.
- After the long hard winter, the feeling of spring in the air filled her with cheer.
- A good meal brought cheer to our hearts.
- cheer for (v.+prep.)
为…喝彩叫好,为…鼓劲加油 support (a competitor) with cheers, shouting, etc.
cheer for sb
Everyone cheered for the violinist at our school concert.
Let's go to the football game and cheer for our favorite team.
- cheer on (v.+adv.)
向…欢呼,为…鼓劲加油 encourage with cheers or shouts
cheer sb on
We did our best to cheer him on when he was about to give up.
The crowd cheered the runners on as they started on the last lap of the race.
Please come to the sports meeting to cheer our team on.
- cheer up (v.+adv.)
(使)高兴起来,(使)振作起来 (cause to) become happier; (cause to) adopt a happier manner
Cheer up!The day will surely come when you'll go to school.
Try as we would, we could not get him to cheer up.
He cheered up at once when I promised to help him.
She cheered up after we had been to see her.
She cheered up at the news that her son who had pneumonia had passed the critical stage.
听说儿子的肺炎已过了危险期,她高兴极了。cheer sb/sth ⇔ up
You need a holiday to cheer you up.
We all tired to cheer her up, but she continued to feel despondent.
I thought she seemed unhappy so I took her some flowers on purpose to cheer her up.
A vase of roses cheered up the room.
At the beginning of the party, the lady host suggested singing a song together to cheer up the atmosphere.
I need something to cheer me up with that terrible colour spreading all over the wall.
Mary was sad at losing her purse, but her husband's joke cheered her up.
She was cheered up by the news that her father would come to see her the next day.
He was cheered up at the good news.
- be of (good) cheer
兴致勃勃 in high spirits
- cheer enthusiastically 热情地欢呼
- cheer heartily 全身心地欢呼
- cheer incomparably 无比地欢呼
- cheer loudly 大声欢呼
- cheer rabidly 狂热地欢呼
- cheer shrilly 刺耳地欢呼
- cheer thunderously 欢声雷动
- cheer unanimously 一致地欢呼
- cheer warmly 热烈地欢呼
- cheer wildly 激动地欢呼
- cheer down a speaker 把演讲人轰下台
- cheer the runners on 向赛跑者喊加油
- cheer up 高兴起来,振奋起来
- cheer up at the news 为那消息感到鼓舞
- enjoy good cheer 享受盛宴
- evoke cheers 激起欢呼声
- give cheer 欢呼
- make good cheer 饮酒作乐
- raise a cheer 发出欢呼声
- take good cheer 因某事而振作起来
- Christmas cheer 圣诞节的欢呼声
- word of cheer 振奋人心的话
I rode away with heavy cheer.出自： T. H. White
How cheer'st thou, Jessica?出自：Merchant of Venice , Shakespeare
- cheer引申可表示“鼓励”“鼓舞”,指重新恢复其思想、精神、勇气或体力; 和in连用时则可表示以喝彩、赞扬或帮助等手段去激起更大的勇气,直至最后的努力。
- cheer作名词的基本含义有二:一是愉快的情绪、高兴的心理状态或欢快的气氛; 二是欢呼喝彩的举动或其声音。cheer引申还可作“佳肴美酒”解。
- cheer作“欢呼,喝彩”解时是可数名词; 作“振奋,欢欣”解时是不可数名词。
- cheer sth, cheer at sth
- 1.cheer sth 中的cheer是及物动词; 而cheer at sth 中的cheer是不及物动词。
- 2.cheer sth 强调的是“所为之欢呼的事(物)”, sth 是动词宾语; 而cheer at sth 强调的是“欢呼行为”, sth 是介词宾语, at在这里表示“欢呼的原因”。例如:
- His friends cheered (at) the news of his entrance to Beijing University.他的朋友们为他考入了北京大学而欢呼。
- cheer, cheer up
- The boy cheered at once.
- The boy cheered up at once.
- cheer, applaud, root
- 1.applaud与root都可指鼓掌欢呼, cheer则表示一般地欢呼。
- 2.applaud以赞美为目的; cheer与root常常以鼓舞别人为目的。
- 3.这三个词均可以人为对象, applaud与cheer还可表示对成功、表演等抽象事物的欢呼。
- cheer, encourage, excite
- cheer指帮助萎靡不振的人重新焕发精神或勇气去进行最后的奋斗; encourage是指对意志薄弱的人或缺乏经验的人加以“鼓舞,鼓励”等,其宾语后面可接带to的不定式,也可接介词“in＋名词短语”。例如:
- They encourage the children to paint pictures.他们鼓励孩子们画画。
- He encouraged me in my work.他在工作上鼓励我。
- The news of the victory excited everybody very much.听到那胜利的消息,人人兴奋不已。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自中古英语的chere，意为面目，高兴，气质，心情。