Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to cheer

anfeuern [fig.] (durch Zurufe)
aufmuntern
jauchzen
jubeln
applaudieren (durch Beifallsrufe)
zujubeln
Beifall spenden
mit Hochrufen begrüßen
mit Hochrufen empfangen
mit Bravorufen empfangen
mit Bravorufen begrüßen
aufheitern
ermuntern (aufheitern)


Bespielsätze

Vincent Spaulding did what he could to cheer me up, but by bedtime I had reasoned myself out of the whole thing.
The mere beauty seemed to cheer me; there was peace and comfort in every breath I drew.
I shall try to cheer up when Arthur comes, or else I know he will be miserable to see me so.
I try to cheer him up, and my belief in him helps him to have a belief in himself.
Arthur and Quincey came home with me, and we tried to cheer each other on the way.
We both seem in good spirits; I think we make an effort each to cheer the other; in the doing so we cheer ourselves.
And here Bildad, who, with Peleg, be it known, in addition to his other officers, was one of the licensed pilots of the port—he being suspected to have got himself made a pilot in order to save the Nantucket pilot-fee to all the ships he was concerned in, for he never piloted any other craft—Bildad, I say, might now be seen actively engaged in looking over the bows for the approaching anchor, and at intervals singing what seemed a dismal stave of psalmody, to cheer the hands at the windlass, who roared forth some sort of a chorus about the girls in Booble Alley, with hearty good will.
Or, if for any reason thought to be corporeally incapacitated for that, yet such an one would seem superlatively competent to cheer and howl on his underlings to the attack.
Though none of the column commanders rode up to the ranks or talked to the men (the commanders, as we saw at the council of war, were out of humor and dissatisfied with the affair, and so did not exert themselves to cheer the men but merely carried out the orders), yet the troops marched gaily, as they always do when going into action, especially to an attack.
From my earliest recollection, I date the entertainment of a deep conviction that slavery would not always be able to hold me within its foul embrace; and in the darkest hours of my career in slavery, this living word of faith and spirit of hope departed not from me, but remained like ministering angels to cheer me through the gloom.


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Deutsch Englisch
froh sein (vergnügt sein) be of good cheer {v}
mit Bravorufen begrüßen to cheer
Beifallsruf {m} cheer
Aufheiterung {f} cheer
durch Zurufe anspornen to cheer on
Anfeuerungsruf {m} cheer (of encouragement)
Kopf hoch! Cheer up!
Ruf {m} (Beifallsruf) cheer
guten Mutes sein be of good cheer {v}
aufmuntern to cheer up