celebration


celebration
noun
ADJECTIVE
big, great, noisy
little, quiet, small
family
joyous

a joyous celebration of life

double

a double birthday celebration

special
national, official, public, street (esp. BrE)

Poor weather prevented the official celebrations from taking place.

anniversary, birthday, centenary (BrE), centennial (esp. AmE), festive, holiday (AmE), victory, wedding (usually with celebrations)

50th anniversary celebrations

Christmas, Fourth of July, Independence Day, New Year, etc. (usually with celebrations)
religious
VERB + CELEBRATION
have, hold

They held a special celebration in his honour/honor.

join, join in

I hope you'll join in the celebrations.

attend
CELEBRATION + NOUN
dinner, party
PREPOSITION
in celebration of

They organized a dinner in celebration of the year's successes.

PHRASES
a cause for celebration

The victory was a cause for great celebration.

a celebration of sb's life, a celebration to mark sth

They held a celebration to mark forty years of the service.


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  • célébration — CÉLÉBRATION. s. f. L action de célébrer. Il n est guère d usage que dans les phrases suivantes: La célébration de la Messe. La célébration de l Office divin. La célébration d une Fête. La célébration d un mariage. La célébration d un Concile.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • celebration — Celebration. subst. fem. v. L action de celebrer. La celebration des festes. la celebration d un mariage. On dit aussi, La celebration de la messe. durant la celebration de l office divin …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

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  • celebration — 1520s, honoring of a day or season by appropriate festivities, from L. celebrationem (nom. celebratio) numerous attendance (especially upon a festival celebration), noun of action from pp. stem of celebrare (see CELEBRATE (Cf. celebrate)).… …   Etymology dictionary


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