Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cheers"

The meaning of "Cheers" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Cheers mean?
A:
1). English people use it to say thanks but it’s informal/slang
2). We use it when we drink alcohol to say ‘drink up’ kind of :)
Hopefully that helped! ^-^
Q: What does Cheers mean?
A: "Cheers" used this way is a letter closing. It means, "here's to you (or best wishes, etc) ...

I believe it originated in the UK (and used in the US too now) when people are having a drink together. It's customary to make a positive statement (i.e., cheers, here's to good health & happiness") - followed by everyone clicking their glasses together and drinking..
Q: What does Cheers big ears! mean?
A: It is a joke because cheers rhymes with big ears, but cheers means “thanks”
Q: What does Cheers mean?
A: "thanks" or "santé"
Q: What does Cheers mean?
A: It is said when drinking with friends and sometimes you can say it to someone before you take a drink. It is also a way of saying goodbye, but not often.

Example sentences using "Cheers"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Cheers (in the emails).
A: I'd help you answer this question, but I'm a little busy right now. Best of luck.

Cheers,

Bob
Q: Please show me example sentences with Cheers for that.
A: You just say, "Cheers for that." There is no other part of the sentence. This just means, "I'm glad for that." or "I would toast to that." Whatever news someone just said.

Synonyms of "Cheers" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Cheers and toast ?
A: "toast" is the action. "Cheers" is what you say.
A: Let's toast to John's marriage!
Everyone: Cheers!
Q: What is the difference between Cheers! and Thanks! ?
A: In American English: Cheers is used as a drinking toast and Thanks is an expression of gratitude.

In British English Cheers can be used in the following three ways
1. as drinking toast
2. to say goodbye (cheerio)
3. say thanks

It has become popular in the US to use Cheers in the same way as the British. Depending on the group of people you're with it may or may not seem a bit pretentious.
Q: What is the difference between Cheers! and Toast! ?
A: A toast is a speech and you say cheers after than have a drink

Translations of "Cheers"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Cheers
A: Cheers is a british term not used much in US. But it's a way to congratulate someone
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Cheers?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'Cheers' if you're a woman. Do women commonly say this word?
A: It really depends on the person. I know girls who use 'cheers' as much as most boys, and some who never use it. Either way, it's a very casual form of "thanks", and you'd probably want to avoid using it in very formal situations, to be on the safe side.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Cheers
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Other questions about "Cheers"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Cheers to 2018..
A: The most common way to say "2018" as a year
Q: Cheers with this fantastic Lemon cocktail with frozen lemon.
I'm having a good time.
does this sound natural?
A: Just say "Cheers" nothing else and it will sound the most natural. :)
Q: Cheers does this sound natural?
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Q: You say "Cheers", "Kanpai", in Japanese. Salud! Prost! Cincin! Kanpai! Cheers, people in all-over the world.🍻 does this sound natural?
A: " kanpai ! " is the way we japanese say cheers! prost! cincin! salud!
Q: Cheers for TGIF! does this sound natural?
A: TGIF stands for Thank God It's Friday, so Cheers for Thank God It's Friday is repetitive.

The following are a bit more natural.
Cheers, it's Friday.
Cheers for Friday.
TGIF

Unless you actually mean cheers for the term TGIF, and if that's what you mean, you're good :)

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