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grat·u·late

 (grăch′ə-lāt′) Archaic
tr.v. grat·u·lat·ed, grat·u·lat·ing, grat·u·lates
To congratulate.

[Latin grātulārī, grātulāt-, from grātārī, to rejoice with, from grātus, pleasing; see grateful.]

grat′u·la′tion n.
grat′u·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē) adj.
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gratulate

(ˈɡrætjʊˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to greet joyously
2. to congratulate
[C16: from Latin grātulārī, from grātus pleasing]
ˈgratulant adj
ˌgratuˈlation n
ˈgratulatory adj
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grat•u•late

(ˈgrætʃ əˌleɪt)

v.t. -lat•ed, -lat•ing. Archaic.
to congratulate.
[1550–60; < Latin grātulātus, past participle of grātulārī to give thanks (to the gods)]
grat′u•la•to`ry, adj.
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gratulate


Past participle: gratulated
Gerund: gratulating

Imperative
gratulate
gratulate
Present
I gratulate
you gratulate
he/she/it gratulates
we gratulate
you gratulate
they gratulate
Preterite
I gratulated
you gratulated
he/she/it gratulated
we gratulated
you gratulated
they gratulated
Present Continuous
I am gratulating
you are gratulating
he/she/it is gratulating
we are gratulating
you are gratulating
they are gratulating
Present Perfect
I have gratulated
you have gratulated
he/she/it has gratulated
we have gratulated
you have gratulated
they have gratulated
Past Continuous
I was gratulating
you were gratulating
he/she/it was gratulating
we were gratulating
you were gratulating
they were gratulating
Past Perfect
I had gratulated
you had gratulated
he/she/it had gratulated
we had gratulated
you had gratulated
they had gratulated
Future
I will gratulate
you will gratulate
he/she/it will gratulate
we will gratulate
you will gratulate
they will gratulate
Future Perfect
I will have gratulated
you will have gratulated
he/she/it will have gratulated
we will have gratulated
you will have gratulated
they will have gratulated
Future Continuous
I will be gratulating
you will be gratulating
he/she/it will be gratulating
we will be gratulating
you will be gratulating
they will be gratulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gratulating
you have been gratulating
he/she/it has been gratulating
we have been gratulating
you have been gratulating
they have been gratulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gratulating
you will have been gratulating
he/she/it will have been gratulating
we will have been gratulating
you will have been gratulating
they will have been gratulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gratulating
you had been gratulating
he/she/it had been gratulating
we had been gratulating
you had been gratulating
they had been gratulating
Conditional
I would gratulate
you would gratulate
he/she/it would gratulate
we would gratulate
you would gratulate
they would gratulate
Past Conditional
I would have gratulated
you would have gratulated
he/she/it would have gratulated
we would have gratulated
you would have gratulated
they would have gratulated
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And now the sun with more effectual beams Had cheered the face of earth, and dried the wet From drooping plant, or dropping tree; the birds, Who all things now behold more fresh and green, After a night of storm so ruinous, Cleared up their choicest notes in bush and spray, To gratulate the sweet return of morn.
Below Tony Mowbray con gratulates his new loan recruit.
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