1. British for "goodbye"

2. The singular form of a cereal consisting of donut-shaped bits.
1. "Well then, cheerio ol' chap!"

2. "Cheerios are only good when they are covered with three spoonfuls of sugar."
by Dr. Ake November 8, 2005
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1.A saying us Brits never actually use.

If we ever actually shouted it at each other, we'd usually be taking the piss.

2.A very lovely and nutritious cereal. (:
And since when did we say 'cheerio mate'.
We're not Australian dear.
and we don't always eat crumpets and tea too! so get over it.

P2:'Why the fuck is that guy shouting about what i had for breakfast this morning?'
by marmite. February 24, 2009
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A plain piece of food. Unless it has a flavor.
Man: I loves Cheerios
Woman: I prefer Captain Crunch
by dab on the haters February 4, 2018
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A type of cereal

Something British people seem to say

B) Cheerio, mate!
by pwnz0r September 19, 2003
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an ass hole. Named because it is round like a cheerio and has a little hole in the middle.
Cats stick their tails in the air to show everybody their cheerio
by Brianne1979 January 5, 2006
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