Definition of 'congratulate'
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The audience converged on the actors to congratulate them upon the finer points of their performances. WEEKEND FOR MURDER (2004)All I could say was a meek: `I congratulate you on your robust views, my Lord. ULTIMATE PRIZES (2004)A minor miracle of the medical profession on which they could congratulate themselves. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2004)
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Translations for 'congratulate'
British English: congratulate /kənˈɡrætjʊˌleɪt/ VERB
If you congratulate someone, you express pleasure for something good that has happened to them, or you praise them for something they have achieved.
She congratulated him on the birth of his son.
- American English: congratulate
- Arabic: يُهَنِّئُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: parabenizar
- Chinese: 庆贺
- Croatian: čestitati
- Czech: blahopřát
- Danish: ønske til lykke
- Dutch: feliciteren
- European Spanish: felicitar
- Finnish: onnitella
- French: féliciter
- German: gratulieren
- Greek: συγχαίρω
- Italian: congratularsi
- Japanese: 祝う
- Korean: 축하하다
- Norwegian: lykkeønske
- Polish: pogratulować
- European Portuguese: felicitar
- Romanian: a felicita
- Russian: поздравлять
- Spanish: felicitar
- Swedish: gratulera
- Thai: แสดงความยินดี
- Turkish: kutlamak
- Ukrainian: вітати
- Vietnamese: chúc mừng
Definition of congratulate from the Collins English Dictionary
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