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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
Translations of “celebrate”
in Arabic يَحْتَفِل…
in Korean -을 축하하다…
in Malaysian sambut…
in French fêter…
in Turkish kutlamak, kutlama yapmak…
in Italian celebrare, festeggiare…
in Russian праздновать…
in Polish obchodzić…
in Vietnamese kỷ niệm…
in Spanish celebrar…
in Portuguese celebrar, comemorar…
in Thai เฉลิมฉลอง…
in German feiern…
in Catalan celebrar…
in Japanese ~を祝う…
in Indonesian merayakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庆祝某一活动, 庆祝,庆贺, 祝贺…
(Definition of celebrate verb (ENJOY AN OCCASION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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