congratulating, present participle; congratulated, past tense; congratulates, 3rd person singular present; congratulated, past participle;
Give (someone) one's good wishes when something special or pleasant has happened to them
I went into the living room to congratulate Bill on his marriage
Praise (someone) for a particular achievement
the operators are to be congratulated for the excellent service that they now provide
Feel pride or satisfaction
she congratulated herself on her powers of deduction
the Director was congratulating himself that nothing could go wrong
compliment: say something to someone that expresses praise; "He complimented her on her last physics paper"
pride: be proud of; "He prides himself on making it into law school"
preen: pride or congratulate (oneself) for an achievement
(congratulation) the act of acknowledging that someone has an occasion for celebration
(congratulations) praise: an expression of approval and commendation; "he always appreciated praise for his work"
(Congratulations (Chinese song)) "Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity" is a popular Mandarin Chinese song and a Chinese Lunar New Year standard. Other English titles for the song include "Congratulations" and "Happiness To You."
(Congratulations (Silvía Night song)) Congratulations (often known by its Icelandic title of Til hamingju Ísland, which translates to English as "Congratulations Iceland") was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, performed in English by Silvía Night.
to express one’s sympathetic pleasure or joy to the person(s) it is felt for
(CONGRATULATIONS) We are proud to announce the free support winner for August 2011 is Atlas Financial Services (AFS) located in Brentwood, New York. Congratulations AFS and we look forward to supporting your business.
("The Congratulations") The website looks brilliant and I would like to wish the very best of everything in your venture. You know you deserve it!
(Congratulations) You’ve made it this far ……… so now the boring but very important bits!!
(Congratulations) exp te barko te barko
(Congratulations) you've realized that, if you don't understand the language, you're making it more difficult for yourself to succeed, no matter what your plans are for the internet.
v. to praise a person or to express pleasure for success or good luck