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American English: /fəˌlɪsəˈteɪʃənz/
British English: /fəlɪsɪteɪʃnz/

Translation of felicitations in Spanish:

plural noun

  • [formal or hum]
    [formal o hum]
    felicitaciones (feminine plural)
    Example sentences
    • And hence, the day got off, without extended speeches, felicitations and other programmes.
    • All the racing fans extend warmest felicitations to Shay and Emma Barry on the birth of their first child, a boy, Jack.
    • Literati painting was often occasional, conveying greetings, felicitations and sympathies between good friends.

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