festival

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Türkçe - İngilizce
festival
feast

This is only a feast. - Bu sadece bir festival.

fair
celebratory
basher
potlatch
festive

Fresh snow brought about a festive atmosphere. - Taze kar bir festival atmosferi getirdi.

festivity
carnival
(Konuşma Dili) chaos, mess, carnival
{i} fiesta
festival ile ilgili
festive
festival ile ilgili
festival
festival salonu
festival hail
dini festival
religious festival
İngilizce - İngilizce
in mythology, a set of celebrations in the honour of a god
an event or community gathering, usually staged by a local community, which centers on some theme, sometimes on some unique aspect of the community
Pertaining to a feast or feast-day. (Now only as the noun used attributively.)

the temple of the Gods / Whom all the people decke with girlands greene, / And honour in their festiuall resort .

an organized series of acts and performances (usually in one place); "a drama festival" a day or period of time set aside for feasting and celebration
{a} pertaining to feasts, joyous
an organized series of acts and performances (usually in one place); "a drama festival"
{n} a feast, solemn day, anniversary, holyday
A special day or season of the year to celebrate an event of importance to a religion They were and are times of feasting (hence the name) and are often associated with holidays ('holy-days')
From Latin, joyful Another way of describing a Feast Day
A special occasion during the church year
{s} celebratory, merry; pertaining to a celebration
A festival is a day or time of the year when people have a holiday from work and celebrate some special event, often a religious event. the Hindu festival of Diwali. Cannes Film Festival Edinburgh Festival Heb Sed festival merry festival Stratford Festival
   a religious celebration
{i} holiday, celebration, carnival
A festival is an organized series of events such as musical concerts or drama productions. Numerous Umbrian towns hold their own summer festivals of music, theatre, and dance There are over 350 films in the Edinburgh Film Festival this year
a day or period of time set aside for feasting and celebration
Pertaining to a fest; festive; festal; appropriate to a festival; joyous; mirthful
A time of feasting or celebration; an anniversary day of joy, civil or religious
n pesta
A ceremonial parade
eid
Festival of Sacrifice
"Festival of Sacrifice" or "Greater Eid" is a holiday celebrated by Muslims (including the Druze) worldwide to commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God
Festival Hall
a large concert hall used especially for performances of classical music. It is part of the South Bank centre, on the southern side of the River Thames in London
Festival of Britain
a large exhibition in London in 1951 on the bank of the River Thames to show the successes of post-war Britain
Festival of Freedom
Jewish holiday of Passover
Festival of Lights
{i} Hanukkah, Jewish festival which lasts for eight days and commemorates the victory of the Maccabees over Antiochus Epiphanes and the rededication of the Temple
Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
a service held just before Christmas in some Christian churches containing readings from the Bible and Christmas carols
Festival of the First Fruits
Jewish holiday of Shavuot
Harvest Festival
church festival celebrating the harvest, held at the end of September or the beginning of October
Mid-Autumn Festival
a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese people
dragon boat festival
A traditional Chinese feast, on the fifth of May in lunar calendar
harvest festival
Alternative spelling of Harvest Festival
rocket festival
A festival in which rockets are set off, especially as celebrated in Laos and north-east Thailand to welcome the start of the rainy season
spring festival
Chinese New Year
religious festival
a festival having religious significance
Berlin festival
film festival held in Berlin (Germany)
Cannes Festival
film festival in Cannes (France)
Cannes Film Festival
Film festival held annually in Cannes, France. First held in 1946 for the recognition of artistic achievement, the festival came to provide a rendezvous for those interested in the art and influence of the movies. Like other film festivals, it became an international marketplace where producers and distributors could exchange ideas, view films, and sign contracts. The phenomenon of international coproduction arose at Cannes in the late 1940s. The festival was at times the site of artistic contention as well, as in 1958-59, when advocates and opponents of the French New Wave exchanged diatribes and manifestos
Edinburgh Festival
Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama an event that takes place in Edinburgh, Scotland, every year for three weeks in the summer, when there are many performances of plays and music, and other forms of entertainment. Some of these performances are given by famous people or groups, but there are also many others which are given by less well-known people, including university students, and these events are known as the Edinburgh Fringe. International festival of the arts, with an emphasis on music and drama. Founded in 1947 by Rudolf Bing, it is held for three weeks each summer. Its theatrical offerings include plays by major international theatrical companies; plays premiered at the festival include T.S. Eliot's The Cocktail Party (1949) and Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker (1954). The adjunct Edinburgh Fringe attracts amateur theatre groups and has launched works such as Beyond the Fringe (1960) and Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1966). Musically, the Festival offers concerts, recitals, and operas by international companies, orchestras, and soloists
First Fruits Festival
fall harvest holiday of Shavuot (Judaism)
Heb-Sed festival
One of the oldest festivals of ancient Egypt, celebrated by the king after 30 years of rule and repeated every three years thereafter. The event was probably a ritual reenactment of the unification of Egypt by Menes 3000 BC. After beginning the celebration by offering a sacrifice to the gods, the king was crowned with the white crown of Upper Egypt, followed by the red crown of Lower Egypt. He then ran a ritual course four times, before being carried in procession to the chapels of Horus and Seth
Newport Jazz Festival
a US event at which many jazz musicians perform. It was first held in 1954 at Newport, Rhode Island, and is now held every year in New York State
Royal Festival Hall
the full name of the Festival Hall
San Remo festival
song competition that was held in San Remo (in northwestern Italy)
Stratford Festival
Canadian summer theatrical festival. The foremost classical repertory theatre in North America, it was founded by Tom Patterson in Stratford, Ontario, in 1953. It includes three permanent theatres: the 220° open-stage Festival Theatre, the Avon Theatre, and the Tom Patterson Theatre, which is reserved for experimental works. The festival features productions of William Shakespeare's plays (Stratford was chosen as its locale because the town's name matched that of Shakespeare's birthplace) but also performs other classic dramatic works
festivals
plural of festival
film festival
a cinematic festival that features films (usually films produced during the past year)
film festival
program of showing films and exhibitions about films
harvest festival
holiday that celebrates the gathering in of the crops
harvest festival
A harvest festival is a Christian church service held every autumn to thank God for the harvest. a church service held in the autumn to thank God for the harvest thanksgiving
hasidic song festival
festival of traditional music from the Hasidic community of Jews
jazz festival
a festival that features performances by jazz artists
music festival
event with musical performances and entertainment
pilgrim festival
day for making a pilgrimage, holiday, day in for Jews to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem
sheep-shearing festival
celebration of trimming the wool from sheep
song festival
song competition
the intermediate days of a festival
days between the first and last days of a holiday, days which are not considered to be full holidays
theater festival
competition of plays, festival for drama
Türkçe - Türkçe
Genellikle yerel bir topluluk tarafından belirlenmiş ve geleneksel olmuş gün ve tarihlerde kutlanan, yapıldığı yörenin imgesi hâline gelmiş etkinlikler bütünü
Belli bir sanat dalında oyun ve filmlerin sunulması ve gösterilmesi sonunda ödül veya derece verilmesi biçiminde düzenlenen ulusal veya uluslararası gösteri dizisi, şenlik
Dönemi, yapıldığı çevre, katılanların sayısı veya niteliği programla belirtilen ve özel önemi olan sanat gösterisi
Düzensiz toplantı, curcuna: "İlk bakışta festivale benzer bir durum göremedi."- A. İlhan
Düzensiz toplantı, curcuna
Bir bölgenin en ünlü ürünü için yapılan gösteri, şenlik
FESTİVAL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fr. Çeşitli sebeplerle yapılan ve birkaç gün süren şenlik
festival