cheer up

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Verb1.cheer up - cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful; "She tried to cheer up the disappointed child when he failed to win the spelling bee"
amuse - make (somebody) laugh; "The clown amused the children"
2.cheer up - become cheerful
exuberate, exult, jubilate, rejoice, triumph - to express great joy; "Who cannot exult in Spring?"
buoy up, lighten up, lighten - become more cheerful; "after a glass of wine, he lightened up a bit"
joy, rejoice - feel happiness or joy
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vt sepaufmuntern, aufheitern; room, placeaufheitern; he needed a bit of cheering uper brauchte etwas Aufmunterung or Aufheiterung; tell him that, that’ll cheer him upsag ihm das, dann freut er sich
vi (person)vergnügter or fröhlicher werden, bessere Laune bekommen; (things)besser werden; cheer up!lass den Kopf nicht hängen!, nun lach doch mal!; cheer up, it’s not that badKopf hoch or nur Mut, so schlimm ist es auch wieder nicht
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(tʃiə) noun
1. a shout of approval, encouragement or welcome. Three cheers for the Queen!
2. mood. Be of good cheer.
to give a shout of approval etc (to). The crowd cheered the new champion.
ˈcheerful adjective
full of, or causing, happiness. a cheerful smile; cheerful news.
ˈcheerfully adverb
ˈcheerfulness noun
ˈcheerless adjective
gloomy. a cheerless room.
cheers! interjection
1. used as a toast when drinking.
2. cheerio!.
3. thanks!.
ˈcheery adjective
lively and happy.
ˈcheerily adverb
ˈcheeriness noun
cheer up
to make or become (more cheerful). He cheered up when he saw her; The flowers will cheer her up.
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cheer up

vi. animarse, alegrarse.
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References in periodicals archive ?
FRIDAY Jongleurs Comedy Club, Jongleurs, Edinburgh Another collection of comedians to cheer up the weekend including Dave Williams, Chris Henry, Ron Vaudry and Phil Butler.
STERN JOHN has vowed to cheer up Peter Reid by firing Coventry away from the relegation trapdoor.
David Beckham may have hopped off to Real Madrid, but there's obviously plenty of other talent out there to cheer up Sir Alex Ferguson.