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to do something enjoyable in order to show that an occasion or event is special
the activity of celebrating something
to walk as part of an organized group in order to celebrate or publicly protest about something
to celebrate the fact that someone is starting an important new job with an official ceremony
to celebrate an event
to celebrate something
to honour or entertain someone at a public celebration
an old word meaning to ‘celebrate’, especially at Christmas
mainly literary to feel very happy about something, or to celebrate something in a happy way
mainly literary to celebrate or enjoy yourself in a lively and noisy way, especially by singing, dancing, and drinking alcohol
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthy
a man with a singing voice that is fairly deep, in the range between a tenor and a bass
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.
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