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feast 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/fēst/,
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feasts, plural;
  1. Eat and drink sumptuously
    • - the men would congregate and feast after hunting
  2. Eat large quantities of
    • - we sat feasting on barbecued chicken and beer
  3. Give (someone) a plentiful and delicious meal
    • - he was feasted and invited to all the parties
Noun
  1. A large meal, typically one in celebration of something
    • - a wedding feast
  2. A plentiful supply of something enjoyable, esp. for the mind or senses
    • - the concert season offers a feast of classical music
  3. An annual religious celebration

  4. A day dedicated to a particular saint
    • - the feast of St. Joseph

  1. partake in a feast or banquet
  2. banquet: a ceremonial dinner party for many people
  3. something experienced with great delight; "a feast for the eyes"
  4. banquet: a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed; "a banquet for the graduating seniors"; "the Thanksgiving feast"; "they put out quite a spread"
  5. feed: gratify; "feed one's eyes on a gorgeous view"
  6. fete: an elaborate party (often outdoors)
  7. The Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology Cooperation (FEAST) is a non-government organisation aimed at highlighting and developing collaborative research activities between Europe (European countries and the European Union) and Australia. ...
  8. Feast Festival is a LGBT Festival held annually in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. The event is one of Australia's four major queer festivals, alongside Perth's Pride Festival, Melbourne's Midsumma and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
  9. Feast is the first album to be released by British duo The Creatures aka singer Siouxsie and musician Budgie. It reached number 17 in the U.K charts and The "Miss The Girl" single peaked at number 21.
  10. Feast is a 2005 horror film that is a result of the third season of Project Greenlight, the amateur filmmaking documentary series and contest. The winning team was composed of writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, and director John Gulager. ...
  11. A banquet is a large meal or feast, complete with main courses and desserts. It usually serves a purpose, such as a charitable gathering, a ceremony, or a celebration, often preceded or followed by speeches in honor of someone.
  12. (Feasts) A festival is an event, usually and ordinarily staged by a local community, which centers on and celebrates some unique aspect of that community.
  13. A very large meal, often of a ceremonial nature; Something delightful; To partake in a feast, or large meal; To dwell upon (something) with delight; To hold a feast in honor of (someone)
  14. (feasting) (na-o-nosh) Son-ox-an
  15. (FEASTS) At regular and appropriate seasons, convivial meetings of the Craft are held for the purpose of social intercourse. Temperance, harmony, and joy should always characterize these assemblies. On the continent and in the United States, an annual feast is held on the anniversary of St. ...
  16. (FEASTS) Certain established periods in the Christian church. Formerly, the days of the feasts of saints were used to indicate the dates of instruments, and memorable events. 18 Toull. n. 81. These are yet used in England; there they have Easter term, Hilary term, &c.
  17. To dream of a feast, foretells that pleasant surprises are being planned for you. To see disorder or misconduct at a feast, foretells quarrels or unhappiness through the negligence or sickness of some person. To arrive late at a feast, denotes that vexing affairs will occupy you.
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  19. An annual religious festival, often a saint s day, on which fairs were held.
  20. Multiperson passing pattern in which every juggler passes to every other juggler. Not to be confused with a handfeast.
  21. A special meal for a large group of people.
  22. a better then usual dinner in a college.
  23. fiesta; festividad; festín; banquete; regocijo; deleitarse; comer opíparamente; festejar; agasajar
  24. The Feast of St. Francis is celebrated each year on October 4th. A number of activities are usually planned to commemorate the day at Siena. Back to glossary terms.
  25. Any one of three Old Testament Feasts Sandford declared as restored from old Israel, that is, the feast of Passover, held in  March, the Feast of Pentecost, held in May, and the Feast of Ingathering, held in September and ending on Mr. Sandford's birthday, October 2. ...