Slang – Cheerio.

Meaning – Goodbye. Cheerio is a positive, somewhat lively, farewell. This expression is generally seen as a more casual and lighthearted way of saying goodbye compared to other more formal expressions like goodbye or farewell.

This is British English slang.

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  • “It was wonderful to see you today. I’m glad everything is tickety-boo. Cheerio!”

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