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English-German translation for: feast
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NOUN   a feast | feasts
VERB  to feast | feasted | feasted ... 
SYNO   to feast | to feed | banquet | feast ... 
to feast
to feast
to feast
ergötzen [geh.]
to feast
to feast
prassen [schlemmen]
to feastschwelgen [veraltend]
to feastein Festessen / Gelage veranstalten
to feast sb.jdn. festlich bewirten
Festessen {n}
relig. feast
Fest {n}
Festmahl {n}
Schmaus {m} [veraltend, hum.]
Gelage {n} [Essen]
Schlemmerei {f} [Mahl]
relig. feast [feast day]
Festtag {m}
Festgelage {n} [pej.]
gastr. feast [banquet]
Festschmaus {m}
ethn. hist. feastQuas {m} [regional für: Gelage, Schmaus] [veraltet]
2 Words: Verbs
to feast (on)schmausen [veraltend, hum.]
to feast excessivelymulatieren [österr.] [veraltend]
to feast on sth.sich an etw.Dat. laben [geh.]
to feast on sth.sichAkk. an etw.Dat. gütlich tun [Redewendung]
to feast on sth. [fig.] [enjoy]in etw.Dat. schwelgen [geh.] [fig.]
2 Words: Nouns
bean-feastBohnenfest {n}
relig. christening feastTaufe {f} [Tauffeier]
coronation feastKrönungsmahl {n}
relig. Easter feastOsterfest {n}
gastr. Easter feastOsterschmaus {m}
relig. feast dayFeiertag {m}
relig. feast dayFesttag {m}
relig. feast dayGedenktag {m} [eines / einer Heiligen]
hist. feast payQuasgeld {n}
funeral feastLeichenschmaus {m}
lavish feastFestessen {n}
love-feastLiebesmahl {n}
marvellous feast [Br.]wunderbares Fest {n}
relig. movable feastbeweglicher Feiertag {m} [wie Ostern]
relig. movable feastbeweglicher Festtag {m} [wie Ostern]
relig. movable feastbewegliches Fest {n} [wie Ostern]
relig. moveable feast [spv.]beweglicher Feiertag {m} [z. B. Ostern]
relig. moveable feast [spv.]bewegliches Fest {n} [z. B. Ostern]
relig. Paschal feastPaschafest {n}
relig. Paschal feastPassahfest {n}
real feastwahres Fest {n}
relig. sacrificial feastOpferfest {n}
relig. sacrificial feastOpfermahl {n}
spring feastFrühlingsfest {n}
relig. Sugar Feast [Eid al-Fitr]Zuckerfest {n}
wedding feastHochzeitsfeier {f}
wedding feastHochzeitsmahl {n} [geh.]
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A 2010-03-17: wenn es eine Aufforderung zu dekorativem Kochen sein soll: Make food a fea...
A 2010-03-17: Sunfunlili: :D Yeah, because the eye can feast on food endlessly!!!
A 2010-03-17: Kornelius, to make a sentence from this,would it be the best to say 'Food ...
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