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1felicitarto congratulate sb on sth/-ing — felicitar / darle la enhorabuena a algn por algo/+ infI hear you are to be congratulated — me han dicho que hay que felicitarte / darte la enhorabuena
- The newly elected officers were congratulated and wished well in their work for the coming year.
- Her many friends congratulate Mary and wish her lots of luck in the future.
- From us in the newsroom we congratulate you and wish you well in retirement.
- We also wish to congratulate him on his retirement, and wish him many happy years and good luck in the years ahead.
- All their families and friends congratulate the happy couple and wish them all the very best for the future.
- We congratulate him on his special occasion and we wish him many more of the same.
- They congratulated her on getting a grandson and asked her to announce a package for them on this happy occasion.
- Please join me in congratulating them and wishing them the happiest of futures together.
- All their family and friends congratulate them and wish them many more years of happiness together.
- A large crowd turned out to congratulate them and wish them the best in the future.
- Seven people left comments congratulating us, criticizing us, and warning us about our decision to live together.
- Micheal is from Kinvara in County Galway and we congratulate him on being honoured.
1felicitarsecongratularseto congratulate oneself on sth — felicitarse por / de algo
formal — congratularse por / de algo