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British World English celebrate

1 Acknowledge (a significant or happy day or event) with a social gathering or enjoyable activity.

no object
commemorate , observe, honour, mark, salute, recognize, acknowledge, remember, memorialize, keep, drink to, toast, drink a toast to
enjoy oneself , make merry, have fun, have a good time, have a wild time, rave, party, have a party, eat, drink, and be merry, revel, roister, carouse, kill the fatted calf, put the flag out, put the flags out
herald , signal, announce, proclaim, usher in, introduce, launch, mark, signify, indicate, give notice of

2 Perform (a religious ceremony), in particular officiate at (the Eucharist)

perform , observe, officiate at, preside at, solemnize, ceremonialize

3 Honour or praise publicly.

acclaimed , admired, highly rated, lionized, revered, honoured, esteemed, exalted, lauded, vaunted, much touted, well thought of, well received, acknowledged
praise , laud, extol, glorify, eulogize, reverence, honour, pay tribute to, pay homage to, salute, hymn, sing

Origin

Late Middle English (in celebrate (sense 2)): from Latin celebrat- ‘celebrated’, from the verb celebrare, from celeber, celebr- ‘frequented or honoured’.

Pronunciation

celebrate

/ˈsɛlɪbreɪt/
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There are many potential triggers for IBS symptom flare-ups: certain foods, eating behaviors, stress, sleep disturbances, and menstruation. The most common trigger is food, and thus we choose it as the independent variable for our initial case study. Elimination diets (e.g., low-fat, low-carbohydrate, gluten-free) surpass traditional medications in their effectiveness in reducing IBS symptoms, but are difficult to comply with. 32–35 Fortunately, complete elimination of all known possible trigger foods is not necessary for most people. An individual’s response to specific foods is variable, with a given food triggering bowel symptoms in some people but not others. 25

Current methods for identifying individualized trigger foods generally include a 2-week complete elimination diet followed by serial re-introduction of main IBS trigger foods. 36–38 People are asked to simultaneously journal their food and IBS symptoms. This process is flawed for multiple reasons. First, journals are typically handwritten with incomplete, disorganized, and unreliable data. 39 , 40 Important information such as meal time, food ingredients, and symptom severity are often missing because journaling is complex and high burden. 41 Second, this process is complex and lengthy. It can take more than 3 months to complete an elimination-reintroduction diet, with no guarantee of results. Finally, there is no validated methodology for determining an individual’s trigger foods. Clinicians do not receive formal training on how to review journals, and such interpretations result in a high degree of interobserver variability. 42 Not surprisingly, most people with IBS are dissatisfied with the journal feedback they receive from healthcare professionals. 25

IBS patients and their providers need more efficient and effective methods to determine individualized food triggers for symptom reduction and improved quality of life. Following a human-centered design approach, we created a mobile application prototype that can support self-experimentation for people with IBS. Although we believe self-experimentation can be applied more broadly across many conditions, working with a specific population and concrete variables helps ground our design toward a real solution.

To design the application, we assembled a team of researchers in medicine, behavioral psychology, computer science, and human-centered design to work with people suffering from IBS using an iterative human-centered design process. 43 Through multiple rounds of iteration, we generated process flows, storyboards, and prototypes of a mobile application.

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