Definition of celebro
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Orthography ID = 1002305
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LEM
celebrō, celebrāre, celebrāvī, celebrātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to frequent, throng, crowd, fill
  2. to do frequently, practise, engage in, reiterate, dwell upon, repeat
  3. to celebrate, solemnize, keep
  4. to fill with, cause to resound
  5. to make known, publish abroad, proclaim
  6. to honor, praise, celebrate with praise, celebrate in song
Abbreviations
celebrō āvī, ātus, āre celeber, to frequent, throng, crowd, fill: viae multitudine legatorum celebrabantur: genus spectaculi omni frequentiā hominum: alqm magistratum, Tb.: silvas, O.: coetum celebrate faventes, V.

—To do frequently, practise, engage in, reiterate, dwell upon, repeat: ad eas artes celebrandas: modus transferendi verbi, quem iucunditas celebravit, made frequent: popularem potestatem, kept in the foreground, L.: seria ac iocos cum aliquo, L.

—To celebrate, solemnize, keep: festos dies: (dies) celebratus per omnem Africam, S.: natales, H.: coniugia, V.: exsequias, L.: totā celebrante Siciliā sepultus est, N.

—To fill with, cause to resound: contiones convicio cantorum: ripas carmine, O.: cuius nuntiis celebrantur aures meae, i. e. are filled.

— To make known, publish abroad, proclaim: factum esse consulem Murenam: quod vocibus maledictisque celebratum est.

—To honor, praise, celebrate with praise, celebrate in song: Caesaris laudes: fortuna res cunctas celebrat, S.: talia carminibus, V.: se remque p. haec faciundo, to make renowned, S.: victoriam famā, Ta.
 
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