celebrations (plural noun)
  1. the action of celebrating an important day or event.
    "the birth of his son was a cause for celebration"
    commemoration · observance · honouring · salute to · marking · keeping
early 16th century: from Latin celebratio(n-), from the verb celebrare ( see celebrate).
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How to use celebration in a sentence?
the town's celebration of its 800th anniversary as a chartered borough.
a year-long celebration marking the bicentennial of Poe's birth.
it was his express wish that the celebration should continue.
the show is a celebration of the museum's centennial.
the celebration and ministration of the sacraments.
the birth of his son was a cause for celebration.
a grandiloquent celebration of Spanish glory.
the daily celebration of the Eucharist.
her ninetieth birthday celebration.
a celebration of Latino pride.
scenes of joyous celebration.
a birthday celebration.
a victory celebration.
How to say celebration in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)viering
Arabic (NOUN)الاحتفال, احتفال
Bangla উৎসব
Bosnian (Latin) proslava
Bulgarian (NOUN)честването, празник, тържество, отбелязването, чест
Cantonese (Traditional) 慶祝
Catalan (NOUN)celebració, festa
Chinese Simplified 庆祝
Chinese Traditional 慶祝
Croatian (NOUN)proslava, slavlje, svečanosti, obilježavanje, doček
Czech (NOUN)oslava, slavnost
Danish (NOUN)fejringen, fest, festligholdelsen, festdag, helligholdelse, hyldest, anledning, fejre, festen
Dutch (NOUN)viering, feest
Estonian (NOUN)tähistamine, pidu
Fijian soqo ni marau
Filipino pagdiriwang
Finnish (NOUN)juhla, hipat, kunniaksi
French (NOUN)célébration, fête, festivité
German (NOUN)Feier, fest, Festlichkeit, zelebrieren
Greek (NOUN)εορτασμός, γιορτή, τον εορτασμό, τέλεσης, πανηγύρι, εορτή
Haitian Creole selebrasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)חגיגה, החגיגה, לחגיגה, חגיגת, לחגוג, למסיבה
Hindi (NOUN)उत्सव, जश्न, समारोह, मनाने
Hmong Daw kev ua koob tsheej
Hungarian (NOUN)ünneplés, megünneplése
Icelandic (NOUN)fagnað, hátíð, tilefni
Indonesian (NOUN)perayaan, hajatan
Italian (NOUN)celebrazione, festa, festeggiamenti
Japanese (NOUN)祭典, お祝い, 祝賀, セレブレーション, 祝賀会, 祝い, 祝典, 記念, 式典, 祝う, 行事
Kiswahili (NOUN)sherehe, maadhimisho
Klingon lo
Korean (NOUN)축제, 행사, 기념, 잔치
Latvian (NOUN)svinības, svētki, sagaidīšana, jubileja, atzīmējot, līksmība
Lithuanian (NOUN)šventė, švęsti, minėjimas, vakaronė
Malagasy fankalazana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)sambutan, perayaan
Maltese ċelebarazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål feiring
Persian (NOUN)جشن, تجلیل, بزرگداشت
Polish (NOUN)obchody, uroczystości, święto, okazji
Portuguese (NOUN)celebração, comemoração, festa, festejar
Querétaro Otomi t'o̲t'e
Romanian (NOUN)celebrarea, sărbătoare, serbare
Russian (NOUN)празднование, торжество, рамках празднования
Samoan faafiafiaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) прослава
Serbian (Latin) proslava
Slovak (NOUN)oslava, slávnosti
Slovenian (NOUN)praznovanje, proslavo, slavje, počastitev
Spanish (NOUN)celebración, festejo, fiesta
Swedish (NOUN)firandet, beröm, fest, hyllning, festdag, högtid, festen
Tahitian faahanahanaraa i te
Tamil கொண்டாட்டம்
Telugu వేడుకలు
Thai เฉลิมฉลอง
Tongan Katoanga'i
Turkish (NOUN)kutlama
Ukrainian (NOUN)святкування, торжества, свято, урочистості, відзначення, свята
Urdu (NOUN)جشن, تقریبات
Vietnamese (NOUN)kỷ niệm, nhân, buổi lễ, lễ
Welsh (NOUN)dathlu, ddathlu
Yucatec Maya celebración
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