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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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