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compliments of the season

Definition of compliments of the season in English:

Used as a seasonal greeting at Christmas or the New Year.
Example sentences
  • I wish everyone the best of luck and compliments of the season during the upcoming Christmas.
  • In return, their companies' logos will appear in a full-page advertisement in The Sunday Business Post on December 21, wishing their clients the compliments of the season.
  • She thanked everyone for providing such lovely entertainment and wished everyone the compliments of the season.
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