Congratulate

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Definition

to congratulate (someone): to compliment, to felicitate (someone), to tell (someone) that they have done well
verb
I would like to congratulate you on your new baby: well done - he's lovely!

Congratulations!: Well done!
noun, idiom
Congratulations is often abbreviated to congrats.

Examples

  • "Congratulations on choosing Slick Brand Solutions to help repair your company's shattered reputation following your truly embarrassing nude photo leak."
  • "Congratulations on becoming Bruno's newest au pair!"
  • "Glenfiddich : Mr. Jones, Congratulations on your debut."
  • "So, thanks and congratulations, Bob."
  • "Bruno : Hey Connors, congratulations on the gold label deal you put together."
  • "Congratulations on your new position as my life coach!"
  • "Congratulations on the exhibition."
  • "Congratulations, you've made the decision to grab the brass ring"
  • "Congratulations on your recent acquisition of an obscene amount of money."
  • "Susie : Congratulations, I'm British."

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