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English definition of “cheer”

cheer

verb [I/T]  /tʃɪər/ us  
to give a shout of approval or encouragement for someone: [I] I was one of the people who jumped up and cheered after that speech.
cheer
noun [C]  /tʃɪər/ us  
He demanded the resignation of the police chief, touching off loud applause and cheers in the audience.
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