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to celebrate: to party, to rejoice, to enjoy oneself; to observe, to commemorate
I'm celebrating my birthday on Sunday by having a big party at my house.

a celebration: a party, a festival, a recognition of a special event
We will have a celebration for our wedding anniversary this weekend. We're inviting all our friends for lunch.


  • "Vicar : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of two young lovers, eager to forge a union in the eyes of God, which is to last forever and ever."
  • "Bruno : Ladies and gentlemen, Gymglish users of all ages, thanks for joining us as we celebrate 50 episodes of Funky Friday!"
  • "We should celebrating with our loved ones!"
  • "Quick, let's take a selfie together to celebrate."
  • "We didn't really celebrate Christmas where I grew up."
  • "So, please come to my petite dégustation in the break room at 1pm to celebrate me, French gastronomy and my final few months before I am possibly deported."
  • "The celebration of their love will take place on Friday, the twenty-fifth of August at three o'clock at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 1669 Fudgejunction Road, London, England."
  • "Well, since you're all here, and since we are like a family, why don't we celebrate Christmas."
  • "Celebrate good times, come on!"
  • "Celebrated in : Cool countries."

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