Translation of celebrate in Spanish:

celebrate

Pronunciation: /ˈseləbreɪt; ˈselɪbreɪt/

vt

  • 1.1 [anniversary/birthday/success] celebrar, festejar
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    • ‘The radio link will allow women on the outer islands to report on their activities to celebrate the day,’ says Teao.
    • For their part, the Central Festival Center organized music shows, dance demonstrations and a whole day of fun activities to celebrate the historic event.
    • Afterwards the wedding party celebrated the great day at the Seven Oaks, Carlow.
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    • A Lisselton woman celebrates a birthday with a difference this Tuesday as she reaches the magical 100 mark.
    • Orkney's oldest resident celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, reaching the grand old age of 103.
    • Mr Clinton was delighted to hear that Orla will be celebrating her tenth birthday on the tenth anniversary of the first IRA ceasefire next week.
    1.2 (praise) [formal] [virtues/deeds] celebrar [literary/literario], loar [literary/literario] paintings that celebrate nature pinturas que son un canto or [literary/literario] una loa a la naturaleza
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    • The media across the Islamic Arab world have endorsed that promise, praised the film, and celebrated its new life in the United States.
    • Several universities, institutes and schools in the U.S., India and other countries have been honouring Chawla with awards celebrating her spirit.
    • Those honoured include celebrated benefactor John Harrison, brewer Joshua Tetley and cricket legend Sir Leonard Hutton.
    1.3 [Mass/the Eucharist] celebrar
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    • Travers celebrated the Requiem Mass and delivered a lovely ceremony celebrating the life of Dessie and referring to his special love for music and life.
    • It was the first time the enrolment ceremony for these Sacraments was celebrated within the Mass.
    • The Pope said Catholic priests were forbidden to celebrate Eucharistic liturgies with Protestant ministers.

vi

  • we won: let's celebrate! ¡ganamos, vamos a celebrarlo or festejarlo!

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