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movable feastnoun [C]

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a ​religiousholiday that is not on the same ​day every ​year: Easter is a ​movablefeast. informal something that can ​happen at any ​time or ​place that ​suitspeople: Lunch is ​officially from 12.30 to 1.00, ​although it ​tends to be a ​movablefeast.
(Definition of movable feast from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “movable feast”
in Chinese (Simplified) 节期因年而异的宗教节日, 无常事…
in Chinese (Traditional) 節期因年而異的宗教節日, 無常事…
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