Translation of jubilee in Spanish:

jubilee

Pronunciation /ˈdʒubəˌli//ˈdʒuːbɪliː//ˌdʒubəˈli/

noun

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    the silver/golden jubilee el vigésimo quinto / veinticinco / quincuagésimo / cincuenta aniversario
    • At the time of her second jubilee, Victoria's name and features were recognisable all over the world; when she died in 1901, few could remember a time when she had not reigned.
    • The aim was to ensure favourable press coverage of the jubilee.
    • If you have nothing planned to celebrate the jubilee try to go along for a great day out.
    • A Department of Culture, Media and Sport spokeswoman said the Queen had expressed the wish that taxpayers' money should not be used to celebrate her jubilee.
    • Paddy and Mary celebrated their golden wedding jubilee last May.
    • Mary Teresa and John have a family of seven and they will celebrate their golden wedding jubilee in October.
    • They celebrated their golden wedding jubilee back in 1995.
    • We've had firework displays, organised Easter egg hunts and celebrated Royal jubilees on the green.
    • The jubilee celebrations were conducted with a number of activities, including seminars, workshops, competitions for children, and cultural gatherings.
    • The shot of 500 palace workers was taken to mark the jubilee.
    • Some members will recall a speech made by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on her 50th jubilee.
    • To celebrate the jubilee the County Carlow Association London has decided to record the history of their association.
    • Clubs have a habit of recording their histories, usually to celebrate jubilees or centenaries, though sometimes to mourn mergers or closures.
    • Skipton's Hard of Hearing Club celebrated its 25th anniversary with a jubilee party in the Christ Church Parochial Hall.
    • It has been celebrating its jubilee cheerfully throughout much of this year, with the festivities building up to a crescendo on the actual birthday, October 18.
    • The Academy has drawn up plans to celebrate the Silver jubilee in a fitting manner and the conferring of achievement awards are a step in this direction.
    • This week Parliament celebrated the 150th jubilee of its existence, and this is a good time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future.
    • Eileen and Paddy King celebrated their golden wedding jubilee in Scunthorpe, England yesterday, Monday.
    • Civil authorities in Rome tremble at the expected hordes coming to celebrate the jubilee while Israel also braces for huge numbers of pilgrims.
    • About 40,000 of the commemorative coins were supposed to be ready for collectors by the end of January before the jubilee anniversary on February 6.