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I was just trying to see if there is an equivalent to "mabrook" inEnglish. In my culture/language, it is a ... word. As I said before, saying "Congratulations" sounds odd in some situations, and that is why I was asking. Thanks.

There are lots of things one can say. English does not consist of stock phrases. Hey nice car!. I love your new home..
Say what you feel in sincere.
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I've never been congradulated on a new purchase of any thing nor done so to anybody.Why wou;d you think we do so?

I was just trying to see if there is an equivalent to "mabrook" in English.

Maybe "well done". That could be said to someone who found a bargain pair of shoes.
~Iain
Hi group. In my native language, Arabic, we use the word "congratulations" ( "mabrook" in Arabic) to congratulate someone in ... same meaning as "Mabrook" as used in the second context to "congratulate!" someone who bought new house, car or shoes?

"Nice."
Adrian