celebration en Inglés
n. celebration, observance
Today was for celebration.
I was immersed in one of those profound reveries that seize everybody, even a frivolous man, in the most tumultuous celebrations.
The princess asked her to stay at the castle, and to spend her life in the midst of celebrations.
It’s a dance with a funny choreography prepared by the couple’s friends for the celebration to surprise them.
Celebrations by supporters of Real Madrid in the Plaza de Cibeles, Madrid, are legendary; in Barcelona, when their team wins, fans celebrate in the Canaletes Fountain.
Delighted, the girl then took the dish to her stepmother, believing she could now go to the celebrations.
It's a dance with a funny choreography prepared by the couple's friends for the celebration to surprise them.
It will be her first New Year’s Eve celebration with a German family.
Like all good Scottish celebrations, the Highland Games would not be complete without large amounts of whisky to drink.
One time, the two at home had prepared for a beautiful celebration, and when they were all together, they sat down and ate and drank and were full of joy.
1. festivity: holiday, festival, revelry, jubilation, carnival, feast, spree
2. commemoration: observance, ritual, ceremony, anniversary, coronation, installation
3. celebration of the mass: worship, reading