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Translation of "congratulate" - English-Spanish dictionary

congratulate

verb   /kənˈɡrætʃ·ʊ·leɪt/ ( present participle congratulating, past tense and past participle congratulated)
to tell someone that you are happy about something good that they have done felicitar I congratulated Lulu on passing her exam.
(Definition of congratulate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

congratulate

verb /kənˈɡrӕtjuleit/
(often with on) to express pleasure and joy to (a person) at a happy event, a success etc felicitar She congratulated him on passing his driving test.
congratulatory /-lə-/ adjective
de felicitación, de enhorabuena She has received lots of congratulatory messages.
congratulation noun
(usually in plural) felicidades Warmest congratulations on the birth of your baby a message of congratulation.
(Definition of congratulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “congratulate”
in Korean 축하하다…
in Arabic يُهَنِّيء…
in Malaysian mengucapkan tahniah…
in French féliciter (qqn de qqch.)…
in Russian поздравлять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 祝賀, 慶賀, 恭喜…
in Italian congratularsi con…
in Turkish tebrik etmek, kutlamak…
in Polish gratulować…
in Vietnamese chúc mừng…
in Portuguese congratular, parabenizar…
in Thai แสดงความยินดี…
in German gratulieren…
in Catalan felicitar…
in Japanese (人)にお祝いを言う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 祝贺, 庆贺, 恭喜…
in Indonesian mengucapkan selamat…
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