[cheer-ee-oh, cheer-ee-oh] /ˈtʃɪər iˌoʊ, ˌtʃɪər iˈoʊ/ Chiefly British
goodbye; goodbye and good luck.
(used as a toast to one’s drinking companions.)
noun, plural cheerios.
a goodbye or farewell.
a toast of “cheerio!”.
sentence substitute (informal, mainly Brit)
a farewell greeting
a drinking toast
(NZ) a type of small sausage
upbeat parting exclamation, British, 1910, from cheer.
Good-bye •Used as a conscious amusing Briticism: Cheerio, pip-pip, and all that! (1910+)
[cheer] /tʃɪər/ noun 1. a shout of encouragement, approval, congratulation, etc.: The cheers of the fans filled the stadium. 2. a set or traditional form of shout used by spectators to encourage or show enthusiasm for an athletic team, contestant, etc., as rah! rah! rah! 3. something that gives joy or gladness; encouragement; comfort: words […]
[cheer-ee] /ˈtʃɪər i/ adjective, cheerier, cheeriest. 1. in good spirits; gay. 2. promoting ; enlivening. /ˈtʃɪərɪ/ adjective cheerier, cheeriest 1. showing or inspiring cheerfulness adj. mid-15c., from cheer (n.) + -y (2). The colloquial alternative to cheerful. Related: Cheerily; cheeriness.
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noun, Thermodynamics. 1. a quantity that determines the transport of matter from one phase to another: a component will flow from one phase to another when the chemical potential of the component is greater in the first phase than in the second. noun 1. a thermodynamic function of a substance in a system that is […]