Spanish English Dictionary

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1. Christmas Christmas


Merry Christmas!
We all pigged out at the company Christmas party, especially on the roast beef.
With the approach of Christmas, business improved somewhat.
Jingle Bells, a popular song around Christmas time, is not really a Christmas song. The lyrics say nothing about Christmas.
Four of my favorite Christmas carols are "Silent Night," "Joy to the World," "The First Noel" and "Away in the Manger."
Book your flight early as it fills up quickly during Christmas.
Come on Jack, it's Christmas. You've got to get into the spirit of things.
If every user added twenty a day to Tatoeba, it might be possible to reach one million sentences by Christmas.
Everyone, it seemed, was anxious to get their Christmas shopping done early this year.
The Christmas lunch is an opportunity to share some time with the own family.
After having spent so much money on Christmas gifts, she found herself in a tough spot.
I lifted my daughter up so she could put the star on top of the Christmas tree.
Boxing Day, when presents are given to the postman, the milkman, etc., is the first week-day after Christmas.
It's coming up to Christmas here and all the shops are like "Buy! Buy! Buy!"
The true gifts of Christmas are love and peace. You cannot buy them in a store.