Anonymous asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago





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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Cheer up = lighten up

    Cheers = thanks = ta

    Cheers is an informal way of saying thanks in British English (less common in American English).

    For example, "cheers, mate" = "thanks, my friend"

    Cheers can also be used when drinking.

    For example, at Christmas dinner people would raise their glasses and say "Cheers!" and then drink up their wine or beer.

    2005-12-05 15:17:57 補充:

    Yes American English is more prevalent in Taiwan because the USA is a much bigger country and there are much more Americans than British. Also, Taiwanese tend to be quite pro-American.


    2005-12-18 17:19:32 補充:

    If you say someone is pro-American, you mean he/she likes American things, such as people, food, or anything; and he/she will think it is great as long as it is from America.

    Source(s): my pretty little head
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    pro-American 親美

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago


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