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Translation of "celebrate" - English-Spanish dictionary

celebrate

verb   /ˈsel·ə·breɪt/ ( present participle celebrating, past tense and past participle celebrated)
B1 to have a party or a meal because it is a special day or something good has happened celebrar We went out to celebrate Richard’s birthday.
(Definition of celebrate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

celebrate

verb /ˈseləbreit/
to mark by giving a party etc in honour/honor of (a happy or important event) celebrar I’m celebrating (my birthday) today.
celebrated adjective
famous célebre, famoso a celebrated actress.
celebration noun
fiesta, festejo, celebración birthday celebrations.
celebrity /-ˈle-/ noun ( plural celebrities)
a well-known person celebridad celebrities from the world of entertainment.
(Definition of celebrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “celebrate”
in Korean -을 축하하다…
in Arabic يَحْتَفِل…
in Malaysian sambut…
in French fêter…
in Russian праздновать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 慶祝某一活動, 慶祝,慶賀, 祝賀…
in Italian celebrare, festeggiare…
in Turkish kutlamak, kutlama yapmak…
in Polish obchodzić…
in Vietnamese kỷ niệm…
in Portuguese celebrar, comemorar…
in Thai เฉลิมฉลอง…
in German feiern…
in Catalan celebrar…
in Japanese ~を祝う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庆祝某一活动, 庆祝,庆贺, 祝贺…
in Indonesian merayakan…
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