Cheers!: To your good health! Chin chin! (drinking); Thanks! idiom
Cheers also means "here's to you", or "to your health".
a cheer: an applause, an acclamation, a clap noun
The crowd gave a loud, jubilant cheer when the football players entered the stadium.
to cheer: to applaud, to acclaim, to clap verb
If he hears us cheering, it might inspire him to win!
  • "So, cheers to you, perfumers of Britain, cheers to you!"
  • "Joan : Eh... Cheers mate?"
  • "Bruno : Cheers!"
  • "Joan : Cheers mate!"
  • "Cheers Philip!"
  • "If there's anything we can do for you, don't hesitate to yell, and in the meantime, please sit back, enjoy a beer and we'll see you in 2 days... Cheers, mate!"
  • "Joan : "Cheers, mate?"
  • "" Cheers, mate!"
  • "Horatio : Oh, and if someone says something crazy to you, you just say "Cheers, mate"."

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