اِحْتِفَال \ celebration: a party or other form of rejoicing for a special event: The end of the war was a time of public and private celebrations. ceremony: a set of solemn religious acts; things done (often by custom) at a special event: a marriage ceremony. festival: a day of rejoicing: Easter Sunday and Christmas Day are religious festival, a special gathering for the performance of plays, music, etc: a Shakespeare Festival. festivity: rejoicing, (usu. with a feast): Marriage festivities. function: a social event. procession: a number of people (or vehicles) going slowly behind each other in a ceremonial manner.

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