09:52 Aug 9, 2000
English to Dutch translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: congradulations
I would like to say congradulations in 7 different languages

Summary of answers provided
na +1Gefeliciteerd
na'Gelukwensen !', 'Proficiat', 'Van harte gelukgewenst' 'Gefeliciteerd' 'Van harte gefeliciteerd'
De Kaey



1 hr peer agreement (net): +1

You can also use "Van harte gefeliciteerd"

Local time: 01:34
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agree  Anna Bittner
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22 hrs
'Gelukwensen !', 'Proficiat', 'Van harte gelukgewenst' 'Gefeliciteerd' 'Van harte gefeliciteerd'

Depending oon the situation (birthday, anniversary, contest, exam, game, ....) and on the location (Dutch NL or Flemish Belgium)
'Proficiat' is more Flemish

De Kaey
Local time: 01:34
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