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Bronx cheer
American English: /brɑːŋksˈtʃɪr/
British English: /brɒŋks ˈtʃɪə/

Translation of Bronx cheer in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Any hint of talking down to the troops with high-flown hyperbole was promptly greeted with catcalls and Bronx cheers.
    • People waved pom-poms, held up signs, and mixed Brooklyn catcalls with Bronx cheers.
    • New York is one of the most reliably Democratic cities in the nation, and it's hardly surprising to hear a Republican president getting a Bronx cheer in that part of the country.

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