feast

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} ziyafet

Kral Frederick avcılık, şarap, kadınlar ve ziyafetleri severdi. - King Frederick loved hunting, wine, women and feasts.

Geleneksel Vietnam ziyafetlerinin yaşayan müzeler olduğunu söylüyorlar. - They say that traditional Vietnamese feasts are living museums.

{i} şölen

Böyle bir şölen krallara yakışır! - A feast like this is fit for a king!

{i} bayram

Onun güzel sesi kulaklar için gerçek bir bayramdı. - Her lovely voice was a real feast to the ears.

Hanuka bayramı sırasında dört taraflı dönen top ile oynamak gelenekseldir. - During the feast of Hanukkah it is customary to play with a four sided dreidel.

{f} eğlendirmek
{i} yortu
{i} festival

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

{f} tadını çıkarmak
{f} doya doya yapmak
{f} haz almak
{f} ziyafet vermek
{f} ziyafet çekmek
{f} ağırlamak
{f} zevk almak
doyasıya yemek
yiyip içmek
toy
iyi beslemek
ziyafette yiyip içmek
bol bol yiyip içmek
{f} ziyafet ver
{i} (Hristiyanlık) yortu, bayram
bayram yapmak
feast day
bayram
feast one's eyes
gözlerine ziyafet çekmek
feast of lights
ışık şöleni
feast eyes on
doya doya bakmak
feast following ramadan
şeker bayramı
feast for the eyes
göz ziyafeti
feast of the assumption
hazreti meryem'in göğe yükselmesi yortusu
feast one's eyes on
doya doya bakmak
feast one's eyes on
gözleri bayram etmek
feast one's eyes on
(Konuşma Dili) aç gözlerle bakmak
feast one's eyes on
(Konuşma Dili) gözleriyle yemek
feast one's eyes on
(Konuşma Dili) bakışlarıyla yiyip bitirmek
feast one's eyes on
(Konuşma Dili) gözünü gönlünü doyurmak
feast one's eyes on something
doya doya bakmak
feast one's eyes upon
(Konuşma Dili) aç gözlerle bakmak
feast one's eyes upon
(Konuşma Dili) gözünü gönlünü doyurmak
feast one's eyes upon
(Konuşma Dili) bakışlarıyla yiyip bitirmek
feast one's eyes upon
(Konuşma Dili) gözleriyle yemek
feast table
(Gıda) şölen sofrası
enough is as good as a feast
herşeyin fazlası fazla
circumcision feast
sünnet düğünü
feasting
{f} sevindir
feasting
{i} sevindirme
movable feast
hareketli şölen
moveable feast
hareketli şölen
Barmacide feast
Göstermelik cömertlik; hayâli ziyafet
Barmecide feast
Göstermelik cömertlik; hayâli ziyafet
a feast for the gods
şahane bir ziyafet
beat feast
Tempolu müzik şöleni
feasting
sevindirerek
ramadan feast
ramazan bayramı
specter at the feast
eskiden olmuş bir şeyi hatırlatıp keyfinizi kaçıran kişi ya da şey
to feast in a noisy and riotous manner
gürültülü ve sefih bir şekilde bayram
love feast
dostluk yemeği
movable feast
Hrist. her yıl değişik bir tarihe rastlayan yortu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Something delightful

It was a feast for the eyes.

To hold a feast in honor of (someone)

We feasted them after the victory.

To dwell upon (something) with delight

I feasted on the beautiful picture.

A very large meal, often of a ceremonial nature

We had a feast to celebrate the harvest.

To partake in a feast, or large meal

I feasted on turkey and dumplings.

{n} a sumptuous meal, treat or entertainment
{v} to eat or entertain sumptuously, to pamper
partake in a feast or banquet
To entertain with sumptuous provisions; to treat at the table bountifully; as, he was feasted by the king
a ceremonial dinner party for many people
a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed; "a banquet for the graduating seniors"; "the Thanksgiving feast"; "they put out quite a spread"
the meal usually served on Saturday evening at an event
A large dinnertime meal served at an event composed of two or more courses, each containing multiple dishes, and usually with some form of entertainment provided between courses
An annual religious festival, often a saint’s day, on which fairs were held
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 Frequently referred to in Kingdom jargon as a convention
{f} eat plentifully; host a banquet; participate in banquet
That which is partaken of, or shared in, with delight; something highly agreeable; entertainment
A festival; a holiday; a solemn, or more commonly, a joyous, anniversary
Each saint has a feast day, when he/she is remembered at Mass The most important saints are in the universal calendar, and their feasts are celebrated in all Catholic churches; other saints may be celebrated locally or in a church dedicated to him/her Normally, a saint's feast should be on the date of death, and this is the case with a great number of saints However, in many cases the date of death is unknown, or there is already a major feast on that day In such cases, it is common to celebrate the feast on a day near the date of death if this is known, on the date of translation (q v ) or on some other appropriate day Some saints have more than one feast: There are several hundred feasts for the Blessed Virgin Mary celebrating different aspects of her life and her example to us, and St John the Baptist is celebrated both on the supposed date of his martyrdom and on his birthday
If you feast on a particular food, you eat a large amount of it with great enjoyment. They feasted well into the afternoon on mutton and corn stew
provide a feast or banquet for
If you feast your eyes on something, you look at it for a long time with great attention because you find it very attractive. She stood feasting her eyes on the view
A festive or joyous meal; a grand, ceremonious, or sumptuous entertainment, of which many guests partake; a banquet characterized by tempting variety and abundance of food
A meeting of all the Bahá'ís in a local community, held once every Bahá'í month (nineteen days) for the purpose of worship, consultation about community business, and fellowship
something experienced with great delight; "a feast for the eyes"
To be highly gratified or delighted
something experienced with great delight; "a feast for the eyes" partake in a feast or banquet provide a feast or banquet for
A feast is a large and special meal. Lunch was a feast of meat and vegetables, cheese, yoghurt and fruit, with unlimited wine The fruit was often served at wedding feasts = banquet
To partake in a feast (above)
A medieval dinner, usually of two or more courses, which is held at an SCA event Often there is singing and entertainment as well
{i} banquet, huge meal, exceptionally delicious meal; something unusually pleasurable; holiday, religious festival
partake in a feast or banquet provide a feast or banquet for
An event at which the main activity is the consumption of an elaborate meal, often accompanied by entertainment
A feast is a day or time of the year when a special religious celebration takes place. The Jewish feast of Passover began last night = festival
To delight; to gratify; as, to feast the soul
An elaborate meal, usually in the evening
To eat sumptuously; to dine or sup on rich provisions, particularly in large companies, and on public festivals
gratify; "feed one's eyes on a gorgeous view"
If you feast, you take part in a feast. Only a few feet away, their captors feasted in the castle's banqueting hall. + feasting feast·ing The feasting, drinking, dancing and revelry continued for several days
an elaborate party (often outdoors)
A very large meal
Religious party, usually thrown by that church near the mountain in the St-Michel area "Me and Phil we picked up* Sunday when we went to the feast of San Francheesk !" *see: Pick up
Feast of Fools
(in Medieval Europe) A festival, based on the Roman Saturnalia, celebrated near Christmas
feast day
a day allocated to a particular saint
feast days
plural form of feast day
feast for the eyes
visually pleasing sight
feast or famine
A situation in which something is always either extremely abundant or in extremely short supply
feast-day
Attributive form of feast day

feast-day celebration.

Feast of Lights
Jewish holiday of Hanukkah
Feast of Tabernacles
Jewish harvest festival which lasts for seven days during which people dwell in small booths to commemorate the Exodus from Egypt, Sukkot, Feast of Booths
Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkoth
Feast of Weeks
a Jewish religious holiday
Feast of the Resurrection
{i} Easter, Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ
Feast of the Sacrifice
Muslim holiday
feast day
a day designated for feasting
feast of tabernacles
(Judaism) a Jewish harvest festival
feast one's eyes
look at with great enjoyment; "She feasted her eyes on the Tuscan landscape
feast one's eyes on
look upon with pleasure or desire
Barmacide feast
Something that appears highly desirable, but proves to be imaginary, illusory and ultimately very disappointing
Barmecide feast
Something that promises much but delivers nothing; an illusion
bean feast
A variant spelling of beanfeast
bean-feast
A variant spelling of beanfeast
enough is as good as a feast
Just the right amount is as good as more than enough: there is no value in excess
feast.
heort-
feasting
A feast, or an occasion on which people or animals feast
feasting
Present participle of feast

They are feasting on turkey and venison.

fixed feast
an annual celebration that is held on the same calendar date every year, such as Christmas (December 25)
ghost at the feast
A presence that mars one's enjoyment by causing guilt or reviving unwelcome memories
love feast
a banquet or gathering to promote goodwill among the participants
love feast
a symbolic meal eaten to celebrate brotherly love, particularly one practiced by early Christians celebrating agape
midnight feast
A snack, usually substantial, eaten at or around midnight, a while after supper and a while before breakfast
movable feast
a day of note, frequently Christian, the date of which moves from year to year according to a set of rules
moveable feast
a holy day whose date is not fixed to a particular day of the calendar year but moves in response to the date of Easter
specter at the feast
Alternative spelling of spectre at the feast
spectre at the feast
Alternative form of ghost at the feast
a feast
{n} gaudy
feaster
{n} one who feeds deliciously, an epicure
Barmacide feast
A Barmacide Feast (or Barmecide Feast) is something that appears highly desirable, but proves to be imaginary, illusory and ultimately very disappointing. It is a reference to a story (The Story of the Barber's Sixth Brother in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights of a hungry beggar invited by a Barmacide prince to a banquet, which proved a long succession of merely empty dishes, and which he enjoyed with such seeming gusto and such good-humour as to earn for himself a sumptuous real one
Barmecide feast
A Barmacide Feast (or Barmecide Feast) is something that appears highly desirable, but proves to be imaginary, illusory and ultimately very disappointing. It is a reference to a story (The Story of the Barber's Sixth Brother in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights of a hungry beggar invited by a Barmacide prince to a banquet, which proved a long succession of merely empty dishes, and which he enjoyed with such seeming gusto and such good-humour as to earn for himself a sumptuous real one
A feast
fest
A feast
feste
Moslem Feast of the Sacrifice
Moslem holiday
Purim feast
feast held after the fast observed for the Jewish holiday of Purim
a feast for the eyes
sight for sore eyes, something pleasurable to behold, beautiful sight
bean feast
a party or celebration
enough is as good as a feast
blessed be he who is contented with little; "I have enough
feasted
past of feast
feaster
One who fares deliciously
feaster
{i} one who eats and drinks well; banqueter, guest at a feast
feaster
One who entertains magnificently
feasting
{i} attending a banquet; eating a large meal
feasting
eating an elaborate meal (often accompanied by entertainment)
feasts
Plural of feast
had a feast
had a banquet, celebrated, feasted, dined, ate well
immovable feast
A religious holiday, such as Christmas, that does not change in date from year to year
love feast
a religious meal shared as a sign of love and fellowship
love feast
a social gathering intended to create goodwill among the participants
movable feast
a religious holiday that falls on different dates in different years
movable feast
A religious holiday, such as Easter, that changes in date from year to year
skeleton at the feast
sad thing among happy events, something depressing amid a lot of joy
feast
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