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feast
Inglés americano: /fist/
Inglés británico: /fiːst/

Traducción de feast en español:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (banquet)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Traditional elements of the festival, including the gourmet dinner, restaurant meal deals and roving feasts, will remain.
    • We collect donations and the leftovers of wedding feasts and feed the poor.
    • Medieval banquets, Viking feasts, dinner parties, wedding ceremonies, conferences and exhibitions: you name it, this venue can do it.
    1.2 (abundance) Ver ejemplos: a feast of colors a feast of entertainment
    un sinfín de diversiones
    it's either feast or famine
    no hay término medio
    las cosas van de un extremo al otro
  • 2 (Religion) the Feast of Corpus Christi
    el día de Corpus (Christi)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • In Russian tradition, name days - feasts of major saints - are more important than birthdays.
    • The most distinctive buildings, events, customs, and ideas are Catholic, from the many community churches and chapels, to the saints' days' feasts, to the week-long wakes in the homes of the dead.
    • The biggest holiday among Basques is the feast of their patron saint, Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order.

intransitive verb

  • to feast on something
    darse un festín de algo

transitive verb

  • to feast oneself on something
    darse un festín de algo
    to feast one's eyes (on something)
    regalarse los ojos or la vista (con algo)

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