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verb. ['ˈsɛləˌbreɪt'] behave as expected during of holidays or rites.
Rhymes with Celebrate
How do you pronounce celebrate?
Pronounce celebrate as ˈsɛləˌbreɪt.
US - How to pronounce celebrate in American English
UK - How to pronounce celebrate in British English
How to spell celebrate? Is it celebrat? Or celibrate? Common misspellings are:
Sentences with celebrate
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Christian churches celebrate rituals and declarations of faith that are both symbolic and dynamic.
2. Verb, base form
If you or a loved one is turning 60, it is certainly a time to celebrate!
Quotes about celebrate
1. I always felt different as a kid, and the Kinks were like, 'Yeah, we're the Kinks.' Celebrate your difference; don't be afraid of your sense of humor, or your personality, or who you are. It emboldened me.
- Michael Weatherly
2. Learning to celebrate success is a key component of learning how to win in the market.
- Douglas Conant
3. Kids are meant to believe that their stepping stone to massive money is 'The X Factor.' Luck is great, but most of life is hard work. We do not celebrate people who have made success out of serious hard work.
- Iain Duncan Smith
verb. ['ˈsɛləˌbreɪt'] have a celebration.
- get together
- whoop it up
- make whoopie
- make happy
- fall short of
verb. ['ˈsɛləˌbreɪt'] assign great social importance to.
- abide by
- say farewell