According the the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the interjection "cheers" has three uses:
|O Lord, My Strength, My Redeemer|
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1 - used as a toast to wish everyone happiness, as in "Cheers! May we all be acceptable in the sight of the Lord."
|#thankyou for the Love|
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2 - used an informal way to say "thank you," as in "Cheers to all my followers, as well as everyone who took the time to leave some love in my 25th Wedding Anniversary post last week."
|My Weekend Visitor|
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3 - used as an informal way to say "goodbye," as in "Cheers! Hope you stop by my blog again next week."
I hope you enjoyed my very short post this week. :)