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I'll be rooting for you

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  • root for — verb take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for We all rooted for the home team I m pulling for the underdog Are you siding with the defender of the title? • Syn: ↑pull • Hypernyms: ↑side …   Useful english dictionary

  • root for — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms root for : present tense I/you/we/they root for he/she/it roots for present participle rooting for past tense rooted for past participle rooted for informal root for someone to support someone in a game,… …   English dictionary

  • root for — PHRASAL VERB If you are rooting for someone, you are giving them your support while they are doing something difficult or trying to defeat another person. [INFORMAL] [V P n] Good luck, we ll be rooting for you... [V P n] It s one of those movies… …   English dictionary

  • root for somebody — ˈroot for sb derived no passive (usually used in the progressive tenses) (informal) to support or encourage sb in a sports competition or when they are in a difficult situation • We re rooting for the Bulls. • …   Useful english dictionary

  • root for someone — root for (someone/something) to support or encourage a person or team. I always root for the home team. When you take the test tomorrow, we ll be rooting for you. Usage notes: often used when talking about a sports competition …   New idioms dictionary

  • root for something — root for (someone/something) to support or encourage a person or team. I always root for the home team. When you take the test tomorrow, we ll be rooting for you. Usage notes: often used when talking about a sports competition …   New idioms dictionary

  • root for — (someone/something) to support or encourage a person or team. I always root for the home team. When you take the test tomorrow, we ll be rooting for you. Usage notes: often used when talking about a sports competition …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull for — 1. To row for 2. To support • • • Main Entry: ↑pull * * * pull for [phrasal verb] pull for (someone or something) US, informal : to say or show that you hope (someone or something) will succeed, get well, etc. I hope you re feeling better soon.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • root for — cheer for, pull for    Who are you rooting for the Leafs or les Canadiens? …   English idioms

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