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Meanings of "feast" in Spanish English Dictionary : 41 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
feast fiesta [f]
feast banquetear [v]
feast banquete [m]
feast festín [m]
General
feast festividad [f]
feast ágape [m]
feast convite [m]
feast borrachera [f]
feast ágape [m]
feast banquete [m]
feast convite [m]
feast convivio [m]
feast comilona [f]
feast fuleada [f] HN SV NI
feast agasajar [v]
feast banquetearse [v]
feast bojazo [m] NI
feast función [f]
feast rumbantela [f] CU
feast festejar [v]
feast regalarse [v]
feast festejo [m]
feast cena [f]
feast comida [f]
feast abundancia [f] fig.
feast recrear [v]
feast deleitar [v]
feast deleitarse [v]
feast comer opíparamente [v]
feast gozarse [v]
feast entretenerse [v]
feast regocijo [m]
feast comelona [f] DO VE
feast convivialidad [f] MX
Colloquial
feast tragaderas [f] LAM
feast tragantada [f]
feast cuchipanda [f]
feast holgueta [f]
feast comilitona [f]
feast comilona [f]
feast gaudeamus [m]

Meanings of "feast" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 73 result(s)

English Spanish
General
feast day fiesta [f]
roman feast caristias [f]
feast held before lent carnestolendas [f]
feast to celebrate a deal between buyer and seller alboroque [m]
feast of precept día de guardar [m]
feast of precept día de precepto [m]
feast of precept día de misa [m] rare
feast or famine arca llena y arca vacía [expr]
feast of sweet fritters buñolada [f] PR
feast for many people comelata [f] PR
party or feast that is celebrated after the harvest or other work done in common junta [f] PA
feast where baked empanadas are served to share and celebrate salteñada [f] BO
the feast day celebrating the birth of jesus christ navidad [f]
take part in a feast banquetear [v]
a feast bojazo [m] NI
feast in honor or the holy spirit espíritu [m] BO
rotating responsibility to organize the patronal feast cargo [m] PE
a feast for the gods un festín para los dioses
a feast for the gods un banquete para los dioses
feast of the ascension of our lord ascensión [f]
feast of the assumption asunción [f]
jewish feast of the tabernacles fiesta de las cabañuelas [f]
painting representing a banquet or drunken feast, with grotesque figures bambochada [f]
celebration of mass twice on a feast day (religion) binación [f]
drunken feast borrachera [f]
feast in honor of the virgin expectación [f]
celebrate two masses on a feast day binar [v] disused
great feast banquete [m]
steward of a feast bastonero [m]
feast held before lent carnaval [m]
party game played at the feast of the epiphany estrecho [m]
licentious feast and dance jorco [m] rur. rare
jewish feast of tabernacles cenopegias [f/pl]
love-feast ágape [m]
taking turns organizing the patronal feast cargo [m] PE
Idioms
feast one’s eyes on something recrear los ojos en algo [v]
feast one’s eyes on something regalarse los ojos con algo [v]
feast one's eyes on something regalarse la vista con algo [v]
the ghost at the feast el aguafiestas
the ghost at the feast el cascarrabias
feast one's eyes hacerse un festín con la vista
feast one's eyes alegrarse la vista (con)
either feast or famine ya sea abundancia o escasez
the spectre at the feast el aguafiestas
the spectre at the feast el cenizo
Phrasals
feast on something darse un banquete a base de algo [v]
feast off something darse un banquete a base de algo [v]
Colloquial
drunken feast borrachería [f]
offering dedicated to the deceased at the feast of all saints, with black tablecloth and everything that the deceased liked tumba [f] BO:W
have a feast pachamanquearse [v] PE
eat a feast banquetearse [v]
feast on banquetearse [v]
splendid feast pipiripao [m]
what a feast arroz y gallo muerto [expr]
feast one's eyes upon darse un banquete para la vista con
feast one's eyes on darse un banquete para la vista con
feast one's eyes on alegrarse la vista con
feast one's eyes upon alegrarse la vista con
feast one's eyes on regocijar la vista con
feast one's eyes upon regocijar la vista con
feast one's eyes upon hacerse una fiesta mirando a
feast one's eyes on hacerse una fiesta mirando a
Proverbs
it's either feast of famine hay veces que nada el pato, y hay otras que ni agua bebe MX
feast today pan para hoy y hambre para mañana
Law
feast day día festivo
Gastronomy
feast of chumales chumalada [f] EC:S rare
typical product of the feast of all saints made with bread and sugar bollo [m] PE
Religion
feast of the apparition of christ to the apostles after easter aparición [f]
Folklore
corpus christi (feast) corpus [m] EC
traditional dance performed in the highlands during the feast of corpus christi in which the dances are dressed as jesters lanlacus [m] PE
Archaic
smell-feast parásito [m]
smell-feast mogollón [m]
smell-feast gorrista [m/f]