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
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.


P1:'Cheerio!'
P2:'Why the fuck is that guy shouting about what i had for breakfast this morning?'
by marmite. February 24, 2009
A type of cereal

Something British people seem to say
A) DUDE HOOK ME UP WIT MAH CHEERIOS

B) Cheerio, mate!
by pwnz0r September 19, 2003
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
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