hurray
variant of hooray

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • hurray — [hərā′] interj. 〚/span> HURRAH〛 used to express joy, triumph, approval, etc.: a shout used as in cheering n. an instance of shouting “hurray” vi., vt. to shout “hurray” (for); cheer * * * …   Universalium

  • hurray — [hərā′] interj. [< HURRAH] used to express joy, triumph, approval, etc.: a shout used as in cheering n. an instance of shouting “hurray” vi., vt. to shout “hurray” (for); cheer …   English World dictionary

  • hurray — UK [hʊˈreɪ] / US or hurrah UK [hʊˈrɑː] / US [hʊˈrɑ] interjection used for showing that you are very pleased about something …   English dictionary

  • hurray — [hʊˈreɪ] or hurrah [hʊˈrɑː] interjection a word that you shout to show that you are excited and happy about something …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • hurray — verb To cheer with a hurray …   Wiktionary

  • hurray — hur|ray [huˈreı] interjection also hur|rah [huˈra:] ↑hooray →hip, hip, hurray! at ↑hip3 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hurray — also hur.rah interjection old fashioned a shout that shows you are pleased see also: hip, hip, hurray! hip 2 …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hurray — hur|ray [ hu reı ] or hur|rah [ hu ra ] interjection used for showing that you are very pleased about something …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hurray — [[t]hʊre͟ɪ[/t]] also hurrah see hooray …   English dictionary

  • hurray — hur·ray || hÊŠ reɪ n. cheer, shout of excitement or encouragement v. cheer, shout in excitement or encouragement interj. hoorah!, hurrah! (used to express excitement or enthusiasm) …   English contemporary dictionary

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