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Translation of "fête" - English-Turkish dictionary

fête

noun [C]     /feɪt/
ENTERTAINMENT UK an event that is held outside and includes competitions, games, and things for sale açık hava eğlencesi, şölen, cümbüş a village fête Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
CELEBRATION US a special event to celebrate someone or something özel kutlama/eğlence Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
fête verb [T] to publicly celebrate someone, often by having a special party şölen düzenlemek, eğlence tertip etmek, ağırla(n)mak [often passive] She was fêted by audiences all over the world.Showing respect and admiration
Translations of “fête”
in Vietnamese ngày lễ…
in Spanish feria, fiesta al aire libre…
in Thai งานรื่นเริง…
in Malaysian pesta ria…
in French kermesse…
in German das Fest…
in Chinese (Traditional) 露天遊樂會, 義賣遊樂會…
in Indonesian pesta, jamuan…
in Russian празднество, праздник…
in Chinese (Simplified) 露天游乐会, 义卖游乐会…
in Polish festyn, święto, feta…
(Definition of fête from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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