Definition of cheers in English:

cheers

Line breaks: cheers
Pronunciation: /tʃɪəz
 
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exclamation

informal
1Expressing good wishes before drinking: ‘Cheers,’ she said, raising her glass
More example sentences
  • For the betterment of them we shall eat, cheers!
  • But now we have and it should be read tongue in cheek and beer in hand - cheers!
Synonyms
here's to you, good health, your health, here's health, skol, good luck; Irishslainte; Germanprost, prosit; Frenchsalut; Spanishsalud
British informal here's mud in your eye
British informal , dated cheerio, chin-chin, here's how
2British Expressing good wishes on parting or ending a conversation: ‘Cheers, Jack, see you later.’
3chiefly British Expressing gratitude or acknowledgement for something: Billy tossed him the key. ‘Cheers, pal.’
More example sentences
  • The lads certainly appreciated your support - cheers!

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