shout in praise, approval or support
give encouragement or hope to
a shout of praise, approval, or encouragement
a feeling of happiness and confidence; good spirits
"flowers added a note of cheerfulness to the drab room"
"everybody cheered the birthday boy"
"She tried to cheer up the disappointed child when he failed to win the spelling bee"
"The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers"
I rode away with heavy cheer.
出自： T. H. White
How cheer'st thou, Jessica?
出自：Merchant of Venice , Shakespeare
Let's go to the football game and cheer for our favorite team.
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.
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.