Übersetzung von “cheer” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

cheer

verbcheer /tʃɪər/
transitive-intransitive ≠boo; to shout in support or appreciation
acclamer , pousser des hourras

The crowd cheered.
La foule poussa des hourras.

They cheered him as he left the field.
Ils l'ont acclamé tandis qu'il quittait le terrain.

cheer on

verb phrasalcheer on [ ˈtʃɪər ˈɒn, ˈɔn ]
to encourage sb to win by shouting
encourager

to cheer the runners on
encourager les coureurs

cheer up

verb phrasalcheer up [ ˈtʃɪər ˈʌp ]
to become happier
reprendre courage/espoir

Cheer up, I'll be back.
Courage, je vais revenir.

an ice-cream cone to cheer her up
un cornet de glace pour lui redonner courage/espoir

cheer

noun countablecheer /tʃɪər/
=boo; a shout of support or appreciation
acclamation feminine , applaudissements masculine plural

a loud cheer from the audience
une acclamation sonore du public

(Übersetzung von “cheer” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

cheer

noun /tʃiə/

a shout of approval, encouragement or welcome

acclamation(s)
Three cheers for the Queen!

mood

courage
Be of good cheer.
cheerful adjective

full of, or causing, happiness

joyeux
a cheerful smile
cheerful news.
cheerfully adverb

joyeusement
cheerfulness noun

gaêté
cheerless adjective

gloomy

triste
a cheerless room.
cheers! interjection

used as a toast when drinking.

à la vtre

cheerio!

salut!

thanks!

merci!
cheery adjective

lively and happy.

joyeux
cheerily adverb

gaiement
cheeriness noun

gaîté
cheer up

to make or become (more cheerful)

s’egayer
He cheered up when he saw her
The flowers will cheer her up.

(Übersetzung von “cheer” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)