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Congratula

Congratula

Congratular (first-person singular present indicative congratulo, past participle congratulado) to congratulate (to express ones happiness for someones accomplishment).

To praise someone and say that you approve of or are pleased about a special or unusual.

Congratula-gins are in order for one sidmouth business as it now boasts two award winning liquors. John hammond won gold for his sea truffle sidmouth gin at the food and drink devon awards on monday (october 7).

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Translations in context of si congratula in italian-english.

Congratula congratula - heshe congratulates the word congratula is the present form of congratular in the third person singular.

Translations in context of congratula-se in portuguese-english from reverso context congratula-se com o facto, a comisso congratula-se, o relator congratula-se, congratula-se com a proposta, congratula-se com a deciso.

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Find 25 ways to say congratulate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at thesaurus.

Congratula congratula - heshe congratulates the word congratula is the present form of congratular in the third person singular.

Congratula third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present indicative form of congratular. Informal second-person singular (t) affirmative imperative form of congratular.