Definition of 'congratulations'
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Example sentences containing 'congratulations'
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Chris and Jeff were showered with congratulations and good wishes. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2003)After the congratulations, Anna wrote, `About time you rejoined the civilised world. SEA MUSIC (2003)
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Translations for 'congratulations'
British English: congratulations /kənˌɡrætjʊˈleɪʃənz/ NOUN
You say `congratulations' to someone in order to congratulate them.
Congratulations, you have a healthy baby girl.
- American English: congratulations
- Arabic: مَبْرُوك
- Brazilian Portuguese: parabéns
- Chinese: 祝词
- Croatian: Čestitam!
- Czech: blahopřeji
- Danish: lykønskninger
- Dutch: gefeliciteerd
- European Spanish: enhorabuena
- Finnish: onnittelut
- French: félicitations
- German: Glückwünsche
- Greek: συγχαρητήρια
- Italian: congratulazioni
- Japanese: おめでとう
- Korean: 축하
- Norwegian: gratulasjoner
- Polish: gratulacje
- European Portuguese: parabéns
- Romanian: felicitări
- Russian: поздравления
- Spanish: felicitaciones
- Swedish: gratulationer
- Thai: การแสดงความยินดี
- Turkish: tebrikler
- Ukrainian: привітання
- Vietnamese: những lời chúc mừng
Definition of congratulations from the Collins English Dictionary
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