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hurray

exclamation uk ( also hooray)   /həˈreɪ/ /hʊ-/ ( also hurrah ) us  
used to express excitement, pleasure, or approval: You won? Hurray! Hurray! It's time to go home.
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Translations of “hurray”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於表示興奮、高興或贊同)好啊…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于表示兴奋、高兴或赞同)好啊…
(Definition of hurray from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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