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fete

noun [C] uk ( also fête)   /feɪt/ UK ( US fair) us  
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.

fete

verb [T] uk   /feɪt/ us  
to praise or welcome someone publicly because of their achievements: She was feted by audiences both in her own country and abroad.
Traducciones de “fete”
en coreano 축일, 제일…
en árabe مِهْرَجان…
en portugués quermesse…
en catalán festa, fira…
en japonés 祭り…
en italiano festa (di paese)…
(Definition of fete from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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