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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “celebrate”

celebrate

verb [I or T] (ENJOY AN OCCASION)
慶祝某一活動
 
 
/ˈsel.ɪ.breɪt/
to take part in special enjoyable activities in order to show that a particular occasion is important
慶祝,慶賀;祝賀
We always celebrate our wedding anniversary by going out to dinner.
每年的結婚紀念日我們都出去吃飯慶祝。
If this plan works, we'll celebrate in style (= in a special way).
要是這個計劃奏效,我們就隆重地慶賀一下。
Celebrating and entertaining
(Definition of celebrate verb (ENJOY AN OCCASION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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