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jubilee
American English: /ˈdʒubəˌli/
, /ˌdʒubəˈli/
British English: /ˈdʒuːbɪliː/

noun

  • the silver/golden jubilee
    el vigésimo quinto or veinticinco or quincuagésimo or cincuenta aniversario
    Example sentences
    • A Department of Culture, Media and Sport spokeswoman said the Queen had expressed the wish that taxpayers' money should not be used to celebrate her jubilee.
    • To celebrate the jubilee the County Carlow Association London has decided to record the history of their association.
    • If you have nothing planned to celebrate the jubilee try to go along for a great day out.

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