Hindi translation of 'celebrate'
Word forms: celebrates, celebrating, celebrated
2. transitive verb
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you celebrate something, you do something enjoyable because of a special occasion.उत्सव मनाना/मनाना
The England football team have been celebrating their victory. I was in a mood to celebrate.
celebrationWord forms: celebrations variable nounजश्न mn
Their supporters had little cause for celebration. ...his eightieth birthday celebrations.
2. transitive verb
When priests celebrate Holy Communion or Mass, they officially perform the actions and ceremonies that are involved.अनुष्ठान करना
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From the expression on her face, I knew that it wasn't time to celebrate.A KING'S RANSOM (2001)
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'celebrate' in Other Languages
British English: celebrate /ˈsɛlɪˌbreɪt/ VERB
If you celebrate, or celebrate something, you do something enjoyable because of a special occasion.
The team have been celebrating their victory.
- American English: celebrate
- Arabic: يَحْتَفِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: celebrar
- Chinese: 庆祝
- Croatian: slaviti
- Czech: oslavit
- Danish: fejre
- Dutch: vieren
- European Spanish: celebrar
- Finnish: juhlia
- French: célébrer
- German: feiern
- Greek: γιορτάζω
- Italian: festeggiare
- Japanese: 祝う
- Korean: 경축하다
- Norwegian: feire
- Polish: świętować
- European Portuguese: celebrar
- Romanian: a sărbători
- Russian: праздновать
- Spanish: celebrar
- Swedish: fira högtidhålla
- Thai: ฉลอง
- Turkish: kutlamak
- Ukrainian: святкувати
- Vietnamese: ăn mừng
Translation of celebrate from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary