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fetenoun [C]

(also fête) uk   /feɪt/  us   /feɪt/ UK (US fair)
a public event, often held outside, where you can take part in competitions and buy small things and food, often organized to collect money for a particular purpose: a summer fete They're holding the village fete on the green.

feteverb [T]

uk   /feɪt/  us   /feɪt/
(Definition of fete from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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fetenoun [C]

 us   /feɪt, fet/
a special celebration, often for a particular purpose, or to honor someone: The annual fete to raise money for cancer research netted more than $90,000.
fete
verb [T]  us   /feɪt, fet/
The magazine’s founding editor was feted with a dinner on her 80th birthday.
(Definition of fete from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fete”
in Arabic مِهْرَجان…
in Korean 축일, 제일…
in Portuguese quermesse…
in Catalan festa, fira…
in Japanese 祭り…
in Italian festa (di paese)…
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