hooray

[hoo-rey]
interjection, verb (used without object), noun
Also, hoorah [hoo-rah] .
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hooray (huːˈreɪ)
 
interj, —n, —vb
1.  a variant of hurrah
 
interj
2.  (Austral), (NZ) Also: hooroo goodbye; cheerio

hurrah, hooray or hurray (hʊˈrɑː, huːˈreɪ, hʊˈreɪ)
 
interj, —n
1.  a cheer of joy, victory, etc
 
vb
2.  to shout "hurrah"
 
[C17: probably from German hurra; compare huzzah]
 
hooray, hooray or hurray
 
interj, —n
 
vb
 
[C17: probably from German hurra; compare huzzah]
 
hurray, hooray or hurray
 
interj, —n
 
vb
 
[C17: probably from German hurra; compare huzzah]

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Hooray for a doctor grandfather who kept detailed records on his patients, even when they were family.
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