1. to amuse
For some reason, the sight of the cat seemed to amuse him.
English word "rallegrare"(to amuse) occurs in sets:500 most important Italian verbs 476 - 500
Hoping to cheer up his wife, Tom bought her a beautiful pearl necklace.
I could not but cheer when my friend was handed the trophy.
I want to go and cheer.
The situation is improving, so cheer up!
When the singer appeared on stage, the audience gave him the Bronx cheer, because he dumped his wife for another woman.
Cheer up! Things are not so bad as you think.
Please don't be so sad. Cheer up!
The last three blocks! Come on! Cheer up!
the reason a football team playing at home scores more goals than when playing away is that it is surrounded by its home crowd of supporters who cheer it on.
He seemed genuinely cheered at the prospect of my arrival.
When she finished her speech, everyone cheered enthusiastically.
The cheer went up from Polish supporters, when their team evened the score.
The rebels clapped and cheered.
Cheer up John. There are more fish in the sea.