‘Congratulations’ in Tagalog

The Tagalog word for ‘congratulation’ is
bati.

 

Maligayang bati!
Happy greetings! / Happy wishes!
(by itself, this phrase is taken to mean ‘Happy Birthday’)

Maligayang bati sa iyong kaarawan.
Happy wishes on your birthday.

Maligayang bati sa iyong kasal.
Happy wishes on your wedding. (to one person)

Maligayang bati sa inyong kasal.
Happy wishes on your wedding. (to more than one person)

Maligayang bati sa iyong pagtatapos.
Congratulations on your graduation. (to one person)

Maligayang bati sa inyong pagtatapos.
Congratulations on your graduation. (to more than one person)

Maligayang bati sa iyong pagkapanalo.
Congratulations on your win. (to one person)

Maligayang bati sa inyong pagkapanalo.
Congratulations on your win. (to more than one person)

Kongrats!
Congrats!

Ang galing mo!
You did great! / You were awesome.

Ang galing ninyo!
You (guys) did great! / You (plural) were awesome.

Ang galing ninyong lahat!
You all did great! / You all were awesome!

Binabati kita sa iyong pagkapanalo.
I congratulate you on your win. (to one person)

Binabati ko kayo sa inyong pagkapanalo.
I congratulate you on your win. (to more than one person)

Mabuhay!
Long Live!
(a common way to cheer, like Banzai in Japanese)