Strine (Australian) for Goodbye. Appears to be closely related to Hoo Roo, another Aussie/Kiwi (?) version of Goodbye.
Bill: See ya later Fred
Fred: Hooray Bill
by Capt Pugwash July 24, 2009
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an expression used when unusual extreme happiness occurs inside the body
Tim: Bob, you just won a million dollars!
Bob: hooray!
by Phat Sam July 23, 2007
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A hooray (also Hooray Benry) is in British English, an upper-class male, probably university-age or a bit older, who thinks it's amusing to be loud, and rude to social 'inferiors',and the locals, especially waitresses. (In 'Trainspotting', the book not the film, a waitress hets her revenge by putting her tampon in a Hooray's soup before she serves it to him.) They wear striped shirts and try to talk a bit deeper than normal people.
I'm glad I didn't go to university in Edinburgh, it's full of Hoorays.
by philip June 10, 2004
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An exultation of joy, similar to hooray but on a wholly different scale.
You're going to give me an island of equal or lesser value? Hoorays!
by Digs March 12, 2004
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A word you say when you totally stay numb under when it happens.
by erik December 17, 2003
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