Detailed Translations for jubilate from English to Spanish


Conjugations for jubilate:

  1. jubilate
  2. jubilate
  3. jubilates
  4. jubilate
  5. jubilate
  6. jubilate
simple past
  1. jubilated
  2. jubilated
  3. jubilated
  4. jubilated
  5. jubilated
  6. jubilated
present perfect
  1. have jubilated
  2. have jubilated
  3. has jubilated
  4. have jubilated
  5. have jubilated
  6. have jubilated
past continuous
  1. was jubilating
  2. were jubilating
  3. was jubilating
  4. were jubilating
  5. were jubilating
  6. were jubilating
  1. shall jubilate
  2. will jubilate
  3. will jubilate
  4. shall jubilate
  5. will jubilate
  6. will jubilate
continuous present
  1. am jubilating
  2. are jubilating
  3. is jubilating
  4. are jubilating
  5. are jubilating
  6. are jubilating
  1. be jubilated
  2. be jubilated
  3. be jubilated
  4. be jubilated
  5. be jubilated
  6. be jubilated
  1. jubilate!
  2. let's jubilate!
  3. jubilated
  4. jubilating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for jubilate:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
celebrar un aniversario celebrate one's jubilee; jubilate
celebrar una conmemoración celebrate one's jubilee; jubilate
celebrar una fiesta conmemorativa celebrate one's jubilee; jubilate
conmemorar celebrate one's jubilee; jubilate call back; celebrate; commemorate; consider; experience an anniversary; feast; party; recall; regard; remember; think it over; think out
vitorear exult; jubilate; shout
vociferar exult; jubilate; shout bark; bawl; bellow; blare; boom; clatter; cry; cry out; curse; grumble; howl; let on; let someone have it; rage; rant; rant & rage; roar; scream; screech; shout; shriek; squawk; squeal; storm; swear; tell tales; whine; yell
- exuberate; exult; rejoice; triumph

Synonyms for "jubilate":

Related Definitions for "jubilate":

  1. to express great joy1
  2. celebrate a jubilee1

Wiktionary Translations for jubilate:

Cross Translation:
jubilate exultar jubelen — juichen
jubilate jubilar jubiler — (familier, fr) se réjouir beaucoup d’une chose, éprouver une joie expansif.