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English definition of “feast”

feast

noun [C]  /fist/ us  
a large, special meal, often for many people, to celebrate someone or something: a wedding feast A feast is also a large meal: We had a feast of fresh seafood.

feast

to eat a lot of good food and enjoy it very much: The two of us feasted on smoked salmon.
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