⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'Cheers' from English to Greek
NOUN   a cheer | cheers
VERB   to cheer | cheered | cheered
cheering | cheers
Cheers!Υεια μας!
Cheers!Στην υγειά σας!
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Translation for 'Cheers' from English to Greek

Υεια μας!

Στην υγειά σας!
Usage Examples English
  • During the butt fumble game, a rout of the Jets by the New England Patriots on Thanksgiving night 2012, Anzalone left the game before halftime, stating that he would no longer lead cheers at Jet games as Fireman Ed.
  • Spirit tradition in the district primarily revolves around the "How Do You Feel", Cheer in which a Key Clubber asks another Key Clubber or group of Key Clubbers how they feel, the targets then respond with the cheers answer.
  • After sports games the sportsmanship is brought by both the winning and the losing teams by cheers they recite to one another.
  • We will shout our cheers to the sky.
  • The movie ends with a flashback of Ross riding a bucking bronc while Frank cheers him on.
  • Cheers: If a school sports team is victorious the entire team will, on return to school, stand on Central Hall Table (Central Hall being the school's focal point) and the captain will lead three cheers for the school.
  • "Three cheers for old Ireland," says Master McGrath.
  • In contrast to his hated heel status in the US, Bret Hart got mostly cheers from the British crowd in Birmingham, although his opponent The Undertaker got even more cheers.
  • While there are many cheers and rituals of NSSSA, WENDYs are the only ones who know all of them, through a book passed from one WENDY to another known as the 'Cheer Bible.' As they each receive it, in turn, they are permitted to create and add their own cheers.
  • Three cheers for "The King" and three more for "the Volunteers" were let out by the ship's skipper and its crew as they stood to attention, with the cheers reportedly reciprocated by all those ashore.
  • Each rendition of the song is followed by the winner "calling-up" the ball, which involves three cheers followed by his declaring "Town Ball" or "Country Ball" as appropriate, to further cheers by the winning side.
  • The crew gave three cheers, ran to quarters, and called for "Yankee Doodle". "Surprise" departed.
  • Carmen cheers up her grandpa.
  • Kennedy had been interrupted by cheers and applause a total of fifty-one times.
  • Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell, wore a Union Jack dress. The performance received rapturous cheers and applause.
  • During the day, Morice taught poetry to the students and compared it to football, and the students wrote poetry cheers for the game.
  • After a brief pause, the black chorus cheers for the white orchestra and use their instruments to applaud. Synthibird disappears.
  • In 2008, "Sonic Rush" was listed at #17 in IGN's list of the top 25 DS games. In 2009, it was listed as one of the "cheers" on IGN's "Cheers & Tears" list of action games for the DS.
  • Silver slowly seduces Chozen into letting his guard down, inadvertently blowing his cover when Silver suggests a toast; Chozen says "Karii", the Okinawan term for cheers instead of "Kanpai", the Japanese word for cheers.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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