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celebration, cheering, anniversary, celebrate, rejoice, cheer, victorious, win, hooray

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As a Noun: 1. A special event that people organise to enjoy themselves because something pleasant has happened or because it is someone's birthday or anniversary. English = celebration. 2. The action of making a loud noise with your voice or waving your arms about to show that you are very pleased about something. English = cheering. 3. A date which is remembered or celebrated because a special event happened on that date in a previous year. English = anniversary. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To do something enjoyable because of a special occasion or to honour someone's success. English = celebrate. 2. To show that you are very pleased about something. Formal English = rejoice. 3. To show that you are very pleased about something, especially by making a noise with your voice or waving your arms. English = cheer. 4. In a competition or battle, to be on the side that defeats the other one. English = (be) victorious, win. Interactive: 1. Used alone at special occasions (party, celebration, sports match) to show you are very pleased about something. English = 'Hooray!'