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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "festival" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 16 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
festival festival [m]
General
festival fiesta [f]
festival festivalero [adj]
festival festival [m]
festival feria [f]
festival festividad [f]
festival función [f]
festival festivalero [adj]
festival fiestas [f/pl]
festival celebridad [f]
festival función [f]
festival festivo [adj]
festival día festivo [m]
festival festividad [f]
festival festivalera [adj/f]
festival festiva [adj/f]

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "festival" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 8 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
Common
festival [m] festival
General
festival [m] festival
festival [m] music festival
festival [m] fest
festival [m] festival (usually musical)
festival [adj] disused festive
festival [adj] disused merry
festival [adj] disused celebratory

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "festival" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 151 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
festival-goer festivalero [m]
festival-goer festivalera [f]
music festival festival [m]
festival-goer festivalero [m]
lasso festival manganeo [m]
eight-days' festival octavario [m]
festival meal platillo [m]
public festival in which flowers are thrown batalla de flores [f]
greek festival to give thanks carisias [f]
ancient festival of monteria carrera de gamos [f]
festival donation haya [f]
six days between a religious festival and its octave infraoctava [f]
festival-going festivalero [adj]
pertaining to the six days between a religious festival and its octave infraoctavo [adj]
money paid for night time festival illumination luminarias [f/pl]
large festival macrofestival [m]
spanish festival of san fermín sanfermines [m]
saint's festival at a shrine romería [f]
beer festival fiesta de la cerveza [f]
festival-goer festivalera [f]
arrange a festival organizar un festival [v]
arrange a festival organizar un festival [v]
apricot festival fiestas del albaricoque [f/pl]
eight-days' festival octavario [m]
festival (usually musical) festival [m]
festival of the circumcision circuncisión [f]
festival of the immaculate conception concepción [f]
sunday festival domingada [f]
festival light luminaria [f]
moorish festival zambra [f]
money paid for festival illuminations luminarias [f/pl]
household festival mitote [m] CAM
festival leader and sponsor alférez [m] NI CO PE BO CL:N AR
standard-bearer in festival for patron saints in the highlands alferazgo [m] PE
man who carries the banner of the festival alferado [m] PE
part (golpe) of joropo festival merecure [m] VE
part (golpe) of a joropo festival cimarrón [m] VE
part of a joropo festival gabán [m] CO VE
part of a joropo dance festival golpe [m] CO VE
festival of sticks and drums balsié [m] DO
street festival calletano [m] HN NI GT rare
man who carries the banner of the festival alférez [m] NI CO PE BO CL:N AR
standard-bearer in festival alférez [m] NI CO PE BO CL:N AR
standard-bearer in festival alferado [m] PE
man who carries the banner of the festival alferado [m] PE
festival leader and sponsor alférez [m] NI CO PE BO CL:N AR
festival leader and sponsor alferado [m] PE
person selected to organize and pay expenses for a folkloric festival cabecilla [m] BO rur.
ceremonial toast with some alcoholic beverage, at the end of the guancasco annual festival of patron saints guacaleo [m] HN:C,W
festival vendor morolico [m] SV
man in charge of or working at a festival or market mesero [m] CL:S
man in charge of or working at a festival or market mesero [m] CL:S rare
man in charge of or working at a festival or market mesero [m] CL:S
sponsorship of a popular catholic religious festival priostazgo [m] EC
sponsor of a popular catholic religious festival prioste [m] EC
religious festival leader procurador [m] PE rur.
gift offered by members of an association during the patron saint festival ricachico [m] PE:C
dancer covered with feathers and pendants in religious festival dances before images in processions suri [m] AR:Nw
annual festival of the guaimí indians (in which they use balsa wood stakes as weapons) balsería [f] PA
street festival calletana [f] HN NI GT rare
a popular dance and festival bachata [f] CU DO PR
one of the three dances that make up the festival of sarandunga bomba [f] DO disused
festival parade (carnivals) anata [f] BO
annual visit made by the parishioners of several towns in santa cruz, guanacaste province, with the image of the black christ of esquipulas on january 14th, on the eve of the festival of santa cruz demanda [f] CR:Nw
party celebrated during a festival with public dances and balls festidanza [f] PE
top award given at the festival of the canción de viña del mar to the favorite artists gaviota [f] CL
top award given at the festival of the canción de viña del mar to the favorite artists gaviota de plata [f] CL
woman who dresses and prepares the images of saints in a church, especially before a festival or procession compositora [f] AR:Nw
festival celebrated for branding livestock hierra [f] MX:Se PA BO:N,E,S rur.
festival vendor morolica [f] SV
woman in charge of or working at a festival or market mesera [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO EC PE BO CL
woman in charge of or working at a festival or market mesera [f] CL:S rare
woman in charge of or working at a festival or market mesera [f] CL:S
religious festival leader procuradora [f] PE rur.
popular festival in which grilled chicken is sold as the main dish pollada [f] PE PY AR
eve of the guaymi festival of blasería vela [f] PA
traditional festival alasita [f] BO
annual guayami festival balsería [f] PA
festival celebrated for branding livestock hierra [f] MX HN PA CU VE BO PY AR
rustic festival with horseback riders jineteada [f] PY AR UY
ewe slaughtered to celebrate a festival or wedding machorra [f] ES local
saint agatha festival assistants personera [f] ES local
festival manager alférez [m/f] MX NI DO CO PE BO CL AR
religious festival sponsor preste [m/f] BO
throw water, flour, or paper ribbons for fun during festival challar (del quechua) [v] AR:Nw,W
dress and prepare the images of saints in a church, especially before a festival or procession componer [v] AR:Nw disused
fireworks (at the start of a village festival) camarazos [m/pl] GT PA
people disguised as devils who dance in the christian festival of corpus christi cucúas [m/pl] PA
Idioms
poetry festival (where flowers are given as prizes) juegos florales
formally assume the responsibility of organizing the patronal festival pasar el cargo [v] PE
Speaking
the festival lasts for two weeks el festival dura dos semanas
Colloquial
ceremonial used at a festival levítico [m]
church festival extending over several days pascua [f]
a popular festival in which miniature handicrafts are bought and sold calvario [m] BO:E,C,S
public popular festival in which participants wear costumes, dance, and walk through the streets convite [m] GT BO
gift, especially that given to an indigenous steward in a religious festival jocho (inglés hotdog) [m] EC rare rur.
people attending the festival de la canción de viña del mar monstruo [m] CL
popular festival rumbón [m] CU:E
popular festival held in may with prayer, songs, and dancing in honor of the cross velorio de cruz [m] VE
celebration carried out the day after a festival corcova [f] BO
celebration carried out the day after a festival corcova [f] EC:S CL:S disused
whip festival attendants as part of the entertainment rejonear [v] NI
Agriculture
harvest festival fiesta de la cosecha
Gastronomy
traditional meal made of beef, tender corn, broad beans, and potatoes, prepared the night before the festival for the apostol santiago on july 25, or in honor of mother earth pachamama on august 1 tijtincha [f] AR:Nw rur.
traditional meal made of beef, tender corn, broad beans, and potatoes, prepared the night before the festival for the apostol santiago on july 25, or in honor of mother earth pachamama on august 1 tistincha [f] BO:Sw AR:Nw
Music
brief musical fragment that is played to introduce or end different sections of a tv show during a festival fanfarria [f] GT DO PR VE EC CL
festival during which bulls are run through the streets of pamplona sanfermines [m/pl]
Cinema
film festival festival de cine
closing film (festival) película de cierre
opening film (festival) película de apertura (de un festival)
festival section sección del festival
Religion
rosary recited for the festival of the santa cruz rosario de cruz [m] PR rur.
santería festival where consecrated drums are played toque [m] CU
santería festival where consecrated drums are played toque de santo [m] CU
Folklore
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challacu [m] BO:W,C,S
popular music festival candombaile [m] UY
doll that represents carnival during the festival carnavalón [m] PE
animal or money donated to the guancasco annual festival of patron saints guanco [m] HN
festival held by the indigenous people from the north at the end of the wheat, barley, or corn harvest jáichihua [m] EC:N
popular festival celebrated two thursdays before the carnival jueves de compadres [m] BO
thursday before sunday of carnival in which the celebration of this festival begins jueves de compadres [m] BO
popular religious festival organized by a town preste prestazgo [m] BO
carnival festival pujllay [m] PE:Se
popular festival in some coastal ecuadorian towns with music, dance, and ranching competitions rodeo criollo [m] EC
popular festival in some coastal ecuadorian towns with music, dance, and ranching competitions rodeo montubio [m] EC
traditional festival celebrated in otavalo in honor of the virgin of montserrat yamor [m] EC
popular festival celebrated during carnival involving planting a tree and decorating it with ribbons to later cut it down with an ax to music and dancing yunce [m] PE:Nw
religious festival where two processions meet that for the baby jesus and for san nicolás de bari tincunaco [m] AR:W
religious festival where two processions meet that for the baby jesus and for san nicolás de bari tincunacu [m] AR:W
religious festival where two processions carry the images of the baby jesus and of saint nicholas of bari topamiento [m] AR:W
an annual festival held in the Spanish towns of baza and guadix cascamorras [m]
popular festival on the island of menorca, spain jaleo [m]
carnival festival challa (del quechua) [f] AR:Nw,W
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challa (del quechua) [f] BO:W,C,S
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challa de carnaval [f] BO:W,C,S
popular festival celebrated by the inhabitants of bolivia's tarija department chapaqueada [f] BO
festival in certain indigenous communities that is usually celebrated during nine days and is also known as the festival of water or the festival of the clearing of the irrigation canal champería [f] PE
one of the three dances performed during the sarandunga ceremony as part of the san juan festival capitana [f] DO
neighborhood party held to raise funds for the festival in honor of the town's patron saint entrada [f] SV rur.
folk dance typical of the festival for the patron saint of san juan chamelco y chisec, guatemala catarina [f] GT
popular festival during the vigil for the purísima concepción gritería [f] NI
indigenous oaxacan festival with music and dancing guelaguetza [f] MX:S
traditional festival held annually for branding livestock herranza [f] PE rur.
queen of a local festival montubia bonita [f] EC
traditional christmas festival held 9 days before the birth of christ, during which guests in procession pray the rosary, sing, and ask for hospitality at different houses posada [f] MX GT HN SV NI DO EC:W
popular festival celebrated during carnival involving planting a tree and decorating it with ribbons to later cut it down with an ax to music and dancing yunsa [f] PE
popular festival celebrated during carnival involving planting a tree and decorating it with ribbons to later cut it down with an ax to music and dancing yunza [f] PE
(in the carnival festival) to sprinkle work stations in mines with alcohol and sometimes block from a llama or rooster as an offering to mother earth or pachamama, to ask for good luck or fortune in work challar (del quechua) [v] BO:W,C,S
celebrate carnival including all of the rituals of the festival carnavalear [v] BO PE AR
popular festival celebrated on the thursday before carnival compadres [m/pl] BO
(in castilian and leonese folklore) women who take symbolic control on february 5th during the santa águeda festival águedas [f/pl]