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Significados de "celebrate" en diccionario español inglés : 24 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
celebrate celebrar [v]
celebrate festejar [v]
General
celebrate oficiar [v]
celebrate solemnizar [v]
celebrate cantar [v]
celebrate celebrar [v]
celebrate festejar [v]
celebrate honrar [v]
celebrate reverenciar [v]
celebrate divertirse [v]
celebrate conmemorar [v]
celebrate alabar [v]
celebrate aplaudir [v]
celebrate festear [v] ES local
celebrate honorificar [v] rare
celebrate jubilarse [v] disused
celebrate jujear [v] ES local
Idioms
celebrate echar las campanas al vuelo [v]
celebrate estar las campanas al vuelo [v]
celebrate lanzar las campanas al vuelo [v]
Colloquial
celebrate banquetear [v]
celebrate darse alguien un banquete [v] CU DO
Business
celebrate celebrar [v]
Psychology
celebrate ofrecer [v]

Significados de "celebrate" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 73 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
feast to celebrate a deal between buyer and seller alboroque [m]
collection of poems by one or more authors to honor someone or celebrate an event corona [f]
celebrate jointly concelebrar [v]
celebrate with a drink remojar [v]
celebrate (a birthday) cumplirse [v]
celebrate mass celebrar misa [v]
celebrate the feasts celebrar las fiestas [v]
celebrate mass oficiar misa [v]
celebrate mass decir misa [v]
homemade drink typically enjoyed to celebrate the birth of a child (consisting of rum or moonshine, pieces of fruit, sugar, and vanilla) aliñado [m] CU
dwelling offered as a place to meet to celebrate carnival fortín [m] AR:Nw rur.
group of people who come together to celebrate combo (inglesa) [m] PR
party to celebrate a girl's fifteenth birthday quinceaños [m] CR PA VE EC CL
rudimentary enclosure sometimes erected on the street or in a plaza to celebrate bull fighting festivals corralera [f] CO:N
party to celebrate a child's first haircut where guests deposit money for each lock cut landa [f] PE:Nw
feast where baked empanadas are served to share and celebrate salteñada [f] BO
ewe slaughtered to celebrate a festival or wedding machorra [f] ES local
celebrate two masses on a feast day binar [v] disused
party or celebrate cucubanear [v] DO
party or celebrate fiestar [v] CU DO PR
party or celebrate fiestear [v] PR BO GT HN SV NI CR CU DO CO VE CL
celebrate carnival challar (del quechua) [v] AR:Nw
celebrate carnival chayar [v] AR:Nw
celebrate the chilean independence day holiday on september 18 endieciocharse [v] CL
celebrate the acquisition of an asset with food and drinks challar [v] BO
celebrate carnival chayar [v] AR
celebrate lent cuaresmar [v] disused
alcoholic drinks served to celebrate the birth of a child miaos [m/pl] VE:E
party to celebrate after installing the truss structure tijerales [m/pl] CL
official festivities of a town, to celebrate its founding or the new year fiestas cívicas [f/pl] CR
civic activity carried out to celebrate some historical event fiestas patrias [f/pl] MX NI CR DO PE BO CL AR CO rare
Idioms
celebrate something with alcohol mojar un evento [v]
celebrate the birth of a baby by drinking mojar la cabeza al niño [v]
celebrate in a boisterous manner repicar gordo un acontecimiento [v]
celebrate something boisterously repicar gordo un acontecimiento [v]
celebrate something in fine style repicar gordo un acontecimiento [v]
celebrate something with a flourish of trumpets repicar gordo un acontecimiento [v]
celebrate the victory cantar el alirón [v]
rejoice or celebrate with boisterous public demonstrations (sometimes beforehand) lanzar las campanas a vuelo [v]
rejoice or celebrate with boisterous public demonstrations (sometimes beforehand) echar las campanas a vuelo [v]
celebrate something with excitement and spread it early lanzar las campanas a vuelo [v]
celebrate something with excitement and spread it early echar las campanas a vuelo [v]
suggest that someone celebrate something and invite him/herself dar el brindis [v] NI
insinuate that someone should celebrate something and invite the speaker to the celebration dar el brindis [v] NI
insinuate that someone should celebrate something and invite the speaker to the celebration dar la chicha [v] NI
insinuate to someone that one wants to celebrate something and be invited to a drink dar la chicha [v] NI
celebrate one's birthday estar de manteles largos [v] GT
celebrate with a party hacer bulla [v] GT NI DO
celebrate that someone has done something positive or unusual hacer una raya en el cielo [v] PA
not celebrate or inadvertently miss an event or celebration pasar por debajo de la mesa [v] CU DO VE
celebrate too early sacar del buche [v] PR
celebrate too soon tirar manteca al techo [v] UY
let's celebrate ¡sacó trago! [interj] BO:W
Speaking
let's celebrate! ¡vamos a celebrarlo!
I brought you this to celebrate te traje esto para celebrar
how do people celebrate their wedding in turkey? ¿cómo celebra la gente su casamiento en turquía?
we should go out and celebrate tendríamos que salir a celebrarlo
Phrasals
celebrate about something festejar algo [v]
celebrate someone for an accomplishment felicitar a alguien por un logro [v]
celebrate something festejar algo [v]
Colloquial
celebrate something with drink mojar [v]
celebrate something with drink remojar [v]
celebrate the beginning of the new year tomar las uvas [v]
let's celebrate! ¡que se quema la maya! [n] CU disused
party to celebrate a huasipichay guachipichai [m] EC
celebrate carnival in the temporary stalls set up to sell food and drink carpear [v] AR:Nw
celebrate someone's birthday diachar [v] BO:Sw,C
it is used to announce or celebrate the arrival of someone va cayendo gente al baile [expr] AR UY
it is used to announce or celebrate the arrival of someone va llegando gente al baile [expr] AR UY
Religion
celebrate mass celebrar [v]
celebrate mass celebrar una misa [v]
Folklore
traditional indigenous dance executed with flags to celebrate carnival and the coming harvest huifala [f] PE
celebrate carnival including all of the rituals of the festival carnavalear [v] BO PE AR