Sinónimos de cheer en inglés:

cheer


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nombre

1‘she acknowledged the cheers of the onlookers’

SINÓNIMOS
hurrah, hurray, whoop, bravo, hoot, shout, shriek
hosanna, alleluia
acclaim, acclamation, shouting, clamour, applause, clapping, ovation
coloquial holler
marginal laudation
arcaico huzza
ANTÓNIMOS

boo

2‘Christmas and New Year are a time of cheer’

SINÓNIMOS
happiness, joy, joyousness, cheerfulness, cheeriness, gladness, merriment, gaiety, hilarity, mirth, glee, blitheness, jubilation, exultation, euphoria, jollity, jolliness, high spirits, joviality, jocularity, conviviality, light-heartedness, buoyancy, optimism, hope, hopefulness
merrymaking, pleasure, enjoyment, rejoicing, revelry, festivity, frolics
coloquial living it up
Britanico coloquial larking about
anticuado sport
ANTÓNIMOS

sadness, doom and gloom

3‘the table was groaning with Christmas cheer’

SINÓNIMOS
fare, food, foodstuffs, eatables, provisions, rations, sustenance, meat
drink, beverages
coloquial eats, nibbles, nosh, grub, chow
Britanico coloquial scoff, scran
Norteamericano coloquial chuck
arcaico viands, victuals, vittles, commons
marginal comestibles, provender, aliment, commissariat, viaticum

verbo

1‘they'll all be at Lords to cheer their cricket team’

SINÓNIMOS
acclaim, hail, salute, praise, congratulate, toast, hurrah, hurray, applaud, clap, shout for, whistle
honour, glorify
express approval of, express admiration for, show one's appreciation of, put one's hands together for
coloquial root for, holler for, give someone a big hand, bring the house down
Britanico coloquial big someone up, big something up
Norteamericano coloquial ballyhoo
arcaico emblazon
marginal laud, panegyrize
ANTÓNIMOS

boo

2‘the bad weather did little to cheer me’

SINÓNIMOS
raise someone's spirits, brighten, buoy up, enliven, animate, elate, exhilarate, hearten, gladden, uplift, give a lift to, perk up, encourage, comfort, solace, console
coloquial buck up
marginal inspirit
ANTÓNIMOS

depress


Phrases

    cheer someone on

    ‘knots of spectators were there to cheer me on’


    SINÓNIMOS
    encourage, urge on, spur on, drive on, motivate, rally, inspire, fire, fire up
    give someone a lift, keep someone going, see someone through
    Norteamericano coloquial root for, light a fire under
    marginal inspirit
    ANTÓNIMOS

    discourage

    cheer someone up

    ‘I asked her out to lunch to cheer her up’


    SINÓNIMOS
    raise someone's spirits, make happier, make more cheerful, buoy up, perk up, enliven, animate, hearten, gladden, uplift, give a lift to, encourage
    comfort, solace, console
    coloquial buck up, pep up
    marginal inspirit
    ANTÓNIMOS

    depress

    cheer up

    ‘once I got inside the house I began to cheer up’


    SINÓNIMOS
    perk up, brighten, brighten up, become more cheerful, pick up, liven up, become livelier, rally, revive, bounce back, take heart, be heartened, take on a new lease of life
    coloquial buck up
    ANTÓNIMOS

    feel depressed