The banks have had precious little to celebrate recently.
She arrived in St Ives to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
The Vietnamese government has fixed on May 19th to celebrate his anniversary.
There was a dinner held to celebrate the win.
Christians in the city are about to celebrate Christmas.
To celebrate Samhain the Druids built huge sacred bonfires.
It's your birthday tomorrow, so we must celebrate.
When the children saw the snow they celebrated.
When the war ended, everyone celebrated.
If you celebrate, you do something enjoyable because of a special occasion or to mark someone's success.
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I was in a mood to celebrate...
Tom celebrated his 24th birthday two days ago.
If an organization or country is celebrating an anniversary, it has existed for that length of time and is doing something special because of it.
The Society is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
When priests celebrate Holy Communion or Mass, they officially perform the actions and ceremonies that are involved.
Pope John Paul celebrated mass today in a city in central Poland.
1. celebrate, as of holidays or rites;
- " "Keep the commandments" "
- " "celebrate Christmas" "
- " "Observe Yom Kippur" "
2. have a celebration;
- " "They were feting the patriarch of the family" "
- " "After the exam, the students were celebrating" "
3. assign great social importance to;
- " "The film director was celebrated all over Hollywood" "
- " "The tenor was lionized in Vienna" "
- 释义vt.（及物动词） 1. 庆祝 eg.We held a party to celebrate our success. 我们举行宴会庆祝我们的成功。 2. 举行锛埢槔竦纫鞘健⑶斓滹級主持 eg.They celebrated their marriage 8 years ago. 他们在八年前举行的婚庆。 3. 颂扬，赞美 eg.The event was celebrated by poets and historians. 这一事件为诗人和历史学家所赞颂。vi.（不及物动词） 1. 庆祝，过节 Today is his birthday, so we're going to celebrate. 今天是他
late Middle English (in sense 2): from Latin celebrat- 'celebrated', from the verb celebrare, from celeber, celebr- 'frequented or honoured'