1 a ceremonial dinner party for many people [syn: banquet]
2 something experienced with great delight; "a feast for the eyes"
3 a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed; "a banquet for the graduating seniors"; "the Thanksgiving feast"; "they put out quite a spread" [syn: banquet, spread]
3 gratify; "feed one's eyes on a gorgeous view" [syn: feed]
- Rhymes: -iːst
- A very large meal.
- Czech: hostina
- Danish: festmåltid
- Dutch: feestmaaltijd
- Finnish: herkutella
- Irish: fleá
- Maltese: festa
- Maori: hākari, kaukai
- Spanish: festín, fiesta, comilona
- Telugu: విందు (vimdu)
- Welsh: gŵyl
- Italiano: festa, banchetto
- To partake in a feast (above).
Feast may refer to:
- A Festival
- Ramadan, Muslim's holy month
- Nineteen Day Feast, a monthly meeting held in Bahá'í communities to worship, consult, and socialize.
- Feast (film), a 2006 horror film from Project Greenlight.
- Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, the 2008 sequel to Feast (film).
- Feast (album), the debut album by The Creatures.
- Feast Festival - Adelaide's annual LGBT festival.
- A large meal.
- A day (or the celebration on that day) commemorating a certain saint, in Christianity. See Calendar of saints
- A brand of elaborate choc ice manufactered by the British Wall's ice cream.
- Can refer to the act of eating.
feast in French: Feast
feast in Simple English: Party
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