Translation of celebrate in Spanish:


celebrar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛləˌbreɪt//ˈsɛlɪbreɪt/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (success/anniversary/birthday) celebrar
    (birthday/anniversary/success) festejar
    • Also celebrating her birthday is Kate O'Neill, Avondale, Waterford, who reached her latest milestone on Tuesday, September 13.
    • If your pampered poodle is celebrating a birthday you can also pick up a Dogsters frozen ‘special occasion cake.’
    • Last week I was due to celebrate our wedding anniversary in Venice.
    • A North Yorkshire equality campaigner is celebrating a landmark victory in the House of Commons which will enable men over 60 to claim free bus travel.
    • It represents an early birthday present for the £900m shopping mall, which celebrates its fifth anniversary next month.
    • She is planning a formal wedding and reception to celebrate the happy event.
    • A primary school pupil celebrating his seventh birthday was due to unveil a £151,000 revamp at a Melksham supermarket.
    • Orkney's oldest resident celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, reaching the grand old age of 103.
    • Carlow College of Music, under its Director of Music, Majella Swan, B.Mus, H. Dip, in Ed., is celebrating its tenth birthday.
    • A number of centenarians celebrated their birthdays earlier this year.
    • Afterwards the wedding party celebrated the great day at the Seven Oaks, Carlow.
    • The Platinum clubhouse is celebrating its third birthday this month.
    • He celebrated his birthday on Monday, the anniversary of the infamous 1963 robbery.
    • Nonetheless, the family still gather every year to celebrate Mum's wedding anniversary.
    • Happy anniversary to Leo and Kitty Burke, who celebrated their special day recently.
    • It's her birthday on Sunday but because she is being whisked away for a romantic mini break, we shall gather the troops to celebrate her happy day next week.
    • The school - which has just celebrated its centenary - is owned by the Licensed Trade Charity.
    • Les, Robyn, and Steve are all celebrating birthdays this weekend.
    • Teachers from Banglamung district, VIPs and over 2,000 people from the general public gathered to celebrate this special day.
    • Brigid was given a surprise party to celebrate her big day.
    • Speaking of sound engineers (and, indeed, of sound men), a gentleman of the Australian nation is celebrating his fortieth birthday today.
    • Staff at the Fat Cat are planning to hold a party to celebrate their success and plan to get ‘very merry’.
    • No one knows exactly when the tradition got started in St Lucia but the event is celebrated with gusto and much frivolity with activities lasting up to a week.
    • Two of her nieces attended the party to help celebrate her special day.
    • Communities across Australia will be celebrating the event with tree planting activities to green up Australia.
    • Many happy returns to Margaret and Pat James Duffy who are celebrating their wedding anniversary on Friday June 6th.
    • ‘The radio link will allow women on the outer islands to report on their activities to celebrate the day,’ says Teao.
    • Fibbers, the York live music café bar in Stonebow, is celebrating its tenth birthday this weekend; but why is it called Fibbers?
    • Mr Clinton was delighted to hear that Orla will be celebrating her tenth birthday on the tenth anniversary of the first IRA ceasefire next week.
    • A Lisselton woman celebrates a birthday with a difference this Tuesday as she reaches the magical 100 mark.
    • It's also the choice of our sister-in-law, who's celebrating a birthday, and the choice of several other women who'll be in the audience.
    • For their part, the Central Festival Center organized music shows, dance demonstrations and a whole day of fun activities to celebrate the historic event.
    • Damien is also celebrating his birthday today.
    • To celebrate the occasion the happy couple renewed their wedding vows and enjoyed the celebrations with their family and close friends in the Waterford Manor Hotel.
    • Maestro Camplin was especially charming about halfway through the evening, when he asked if anyone in the audience was celebrating a birthday.
    • For all you fellow bloggers and visitors out there who celebrate Valentine's Day, here's wishing you an enjoyable one tomorrow.
    • Students and teachers from Annandale North Public School are celebrating the end of a four-year battle to extend their playground.
    • Also celebrating his birthday on Saturday, September 17, was Michael Kiely, Waterford, who turned the big 40 at the weekend.
    • The university community is invited to three public events to celebrate the occasion.
    • Today my sister Rufie is celebrating her birthday.
  • 2formal

    (virtues/deeds) celebrar literary
    (deeds/virtues) loar literary
    paintings that celebrate nature pinturas que son una loa a la naturaleza literary
    • Yet the film celebrates the idea that if you have the will and tenacity, you can come through hard times, and that there's no need to depend on the federal government to save you.
    • Four categories have been created to make sure that all elements of community work are celebrated, with honours being handed out to those champions who have gone the extra mile for the sake of creating a better way of life.
    • Whilst both books should be celebrated and praised as artistic successes, it is Brite's novel which is truly the more shocking work.
    • Her own marriage, to celebrated New Yorker film reviewer Anthony Lane, could not survive without it.
    • Several universities, institutes and schools in the U.S., India and other countries have been honouring Chawla with awards celebrating her spirit.
    • Russian Ark is a film that celebrates high culture unequivocally.
    • We're saying that cinema can be an event, it can be a fun place where film is celebrated.
    • I do think it's time to celebrate what's on our doorstep.
    • Mostly the film celebrates friendship and enjoying life (which seems to be having friends, sex, food and wine), though it's not as hedonistic as it sounds.
    • Those leaders now perpetrating war crimes and crimes against humanity are celebrated and honoured.
    • The hall of fame was instituted four years ago and honours and celebrates a combination of past broadcasters and those who continue to enliven the airwaves and engage and entrance the imagination of listeners.
    • The theme will be to celebrate who and what make up the essence of Keighley.
    • Four major exhibitions celebrate different aspects of Turner's artistic achievement this season.
    • This is an opportunity to celebrate your neighbours and honour volunteers in your community.
    • For all it pretends to laugh at that 1950s ideal, covertly the film celebrates it.
    • "Natural Forms" is a fascinating exhibition celebrating nature in its lyrical diversity.
    • One is a film that celebrates the wholesome things in American life: men on horseback, women weaving tapestries, oil well firefighters in Texas.
    • Those honoured include celebrated benefactor John Harrison, brewer Joshua Tetley and cricket legend Sir Leonard Hutton.
    • The media across the Islamic Arab world have endorsed that promise, praised the film, and celebrated its new life in the United States.
    • ‘It is to inspire an interest and love of international cinema and to celebrate the art of film,’ she said.
  • 3

    (Mass) celebrar
    • If the weather is unsuitable, the Mass will be celebrated in the church.
    • Grange priest Father Christy McHugh celebrated Mass at Staid Abbey for the first time in over 400 years.
    • The following day Fr. Shanahan celebrated Requiem Mass and he was assisted by Fr. Crowley.
    • That would see ordained lay deacons performing most of the functions of a priest, apart from celebrating the Eucharist.
    • Father Purcell celebrated the Requiem Mass in Dunhill Church and the soloist was Margaret Moore.
    • In the early Church, as in the Synagogue, the altar was a sacred table upon which were placed the books and instruments used to celebrate the Eucharistic sacrament, or Mass.
    • Fr Paul also celebrated his Requiem Mass where he paid tributes to Larry.
    • It was the first time the enrolment ceremony for these Sacraments was celebrated within the Mass.
    • Travers celebrated the Requiem Mass and delivered a lovely ceremony celebrating the life of Dessie and referring to his special love for music and life.
    • In my early years I was puzzled by the fact that a priest from a neighboring men's cloister came to celebrate the liturgy exclusively for women.
    • If you have a child for Baptism you are asked to give two weeks' notice so the Baptismal team and the priest scheduled to celebrate the ceremony may arrange to visit you.
    • Fr. John O'Gorman celebrated the Requiem Mass for the late Jack Curran in Newcastle Church near Athenry last Thursday.
    • Requiem Mass was celebrated for the repose of his soul on Monday in Meelick Church.
    • Fr. Peter Gannon celebrated the Mass and officiated at the ceremony.
    • Mass will celebrated for the repose of his soul in Castlebar at a later date.
    • Clonaghadoo's annual cemetery Mass will be celebrated on Sunday, July 4th at 4pm.
    • Fr. Colm Burke celebrated the Requiem Mass and Eddie was laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery.
    • James Conor Coleman, Cross, Edmondstown recently celebrated the sacrament of Baptism in Monasteraden.
    • A Latin Mass in the old Rite was celebrated by Fr. Robert Ruttledge in Rathduff Church on Sunday evening last.
    • The Pope said Catholic priests were forbidden to celebrate Eucharistic liturgies with Protestant ministers.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    we won: let's celebrate! ¡ganamos, vamos a celebrarlo / festejarlo!