Complete Definition of "commemorate"

English

Etymology
From Latin commemorare, from co- + memorare to remind of (see memory).

Transitive verb
rfc-trverb|Transitive verb
en-verb|commemorates|commemorating|commemorated

  1. To honour the memory of someone or something with a ceremony.

#*On November 11th we commemorate the fallen with a march.

  1. To serve as a memorial to someone or something.

#*The cenotaph commemorates the fallen.

Translations
trans-top|to honor the memory of someone or something
German: gedenken#German|gedenken
trans-mid
Kurdish: KUchar|بÛرÙâÙÙâرÛÛ Ú©Ø±Ø¯Ù
trans-bottom

trans-top|to serve as memorial to someone or something
German: erinnern an
trans-mid
trans-bottom

Derived terms
commemorative

Category:English transitive verbs


Italian

Verb
commemorate

  1. form of|second-person|Second-person plural present tense|commemorare#Italian|commemorare|lang=Italian
  2. form of|Second-person plural imperative|commemorare#Italian|commemorare|lang=Italian
  3. form of|feminine|Feminine plural|commemorato

Category:Italian past participle forms
Category:Italian verb forms

io:commemorate
it:commemorate
fi:commemorate
te:commemorate
vi:commemorate
zh:commemorate

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