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Spanish translation of “congratulate”

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)
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