cheer for (someone or something)

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cheer for (someone or something)

To vocally support or encourage someone or something. Who are you cheering for in this match? The whole town came out to cheer for the high school football team in the championship game.
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cheer for someone or something

to give a shout of encouragement for someone or something. Everyone cheered for the team. I cheered for the winning goal.
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It's a great opportunity to share our passion for cars with our customers and cheer for one of the sport's best.
Cheer for one and you could get your hands on some funky Gears of War T-shirts and limited edition posters.
It recently hosted a Surprise Mob Cheer for one of its lucky winners at The Forum as a part of its pre-launch hype, surprising the winner as well as everyone else present in the shopping mall atrium at that moment.
There was a huge cheer for one particular second place when Newcastle's Ashley Johnson supported fellow reserve Stoddart to a 5-1 in heat two, giving the home side an early 9-3 lead.
Here's a cheer for one of golf's good guys - someone who serves as a reminder that it doesn't take a picture-perfect swing to win, even at the highest level.
However, about 120 pupils from two local elementary schools will be cheering for both Korea's athletes -- as part of a movement initiated by the city of Osaka to have elementary and junior high schools each cheer for one country.