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feast

noun /fiːst/
a large and rich meal, usually eaten to celebrate some occasion
banquete, festín
The king invited them to a feast in the palace.
(sometimes with capital ) a particular day on which some (especially religious) person or event is remembered and celebrated Today is the feast of St Stephen.
Translations of “feast”
in Arabic وَليمة…
in Korean 연회…
in Malaysian pesta, perayaan…
in French festin, fête…
in Turkish şölen, ziyafet…
in Italian banchetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 盛宴, 宴會…
in Russian пир, застолье…
in Polish uczta…
in Vietnamese bữa tiệc, ngày lễ hội…
in Portuguese banquete…
in Thai งานเลี้ยงฉลอง, ฉลอง…
in German der Festschmaus, der Feiertag…
in Catalan banquet…
in Japanese 祝宴, ごちそう…
in Indonesian pesta, perayaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 盛宴, 宴会…
(Definition of feast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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