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applaud (or cheer) someone to the echo

Definition of applaud or cheer someone to the echo in English:

Applaud (or cheer) someone enthusiastically: they recognized that this was a new star, and applauded him to the echo
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  • But at full-time the same player positively skipped to the dressing room, saluting the supporters cheering him to the echo.
  • But Yarmouth saluted him with cannon and cheered him to the echo.
  • She is delighted that Liz has come out of retirement for a final fling at an arena close enough to ensure a sizeable contingent of home fans will cheer her to the echo.
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