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jubilee

noun [C] uk   /ˈdʒuː.bɪ.liː/ /ˌdʒuː.bɪˈliː/ us  
(the celebration of) the day on which an important event happened many years ago: the Queen's diamond jubilee
Translations of “jubilee”
in Spanish jubileo, aniversario…
in French jubilé…
in German das Jubiläum…
in Chinese (Traditional) (重要事件的)周年紀念, 紀念大慶…
in Russian юбилей…
in Turkish jübile, kutlama, yıl dönümü…
in Chinese (Simplified) (重要事件的)周年纪念, 纪念大庆…
in Polish jubileusz…
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