celebrate

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  • He has always claimed it is celebrated all over the world.
  • He told his brother to meet him there to celebrate his victory.
  • It is celebrated in the main streets of each town during the month of February.
  • It survived long into Christian times and is still celebrated under a variety of names.
  • Since then, on the dates of his birth and death, he has been celebrated frequently.
  • He played many of them himself in his celebrated performances.
  • It is celebrated on the streets between the months of February and March.
  • When a child is born, the community comes together and celebrates the new addition.
  • There she would celebrate that she had just become a mother.
  • It is celebrated in different ways in all the towns during February and March.
  • Most of these events were probably celebrated only by the priests and took place only inside the temple.
  • They celebrate the value that people in law bring to society.
  • It is known for the great wine which they celebrate every year.
  • The week was simultaneously celebrated in a number of states in the country.
  • The album celebrates some of the world's major water bodies and surrounding areas.
  • Now this festival is widely celebrated across the country.
  • The city celebrates on April on every year the most important beauty event of the region.
  • The city is host to several events to celebrate its long maritime history.
  • Another popular way of celebrating the day is at concerts held around the country.
  • In this case they provide a series of songs or musical works to celebrate and provide entertainment to others.
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Words starting with celebrate

Meaning of celebrate

  • verb Have a celebration
    They were feting the patriarch of the family, After the exam, the students were celebrating