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(名词) 
Definition
a large and special meal for many people
Lunch was a feast of meat, vegetables, cheese, and wine.
同义词
banquet
Last night he attended a state banquet.
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spread (informal)
They put on a spread of sandwiches for us.
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dinner
The annual dinner was held in the spring.
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revel
The revels often last until dawn.
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junket
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beano (British, slang)
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blowout (slang)
Once in a while we had a major blow-out.
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slap-up meal (British, informal)
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beanfeast (British, informal)
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carousal
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festive board
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hakari (New Zealand)
(名词) 
Definition
an annual religious celebration
The feast of Passover began last night.
同义词
festival
the Jewish festival of the Passover
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holiday
New Year's Day is a public holiday throughout Britain.
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fête
The Vicar is organizing a church fete.
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celebration
There was a celebration in our house that night.
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holy day
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red-letter day
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religious festival
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saint's day
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-fest
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gala day
(名词) 
Definition
something extremely pleasing
Chicago provides a feast for the ears of any music lover.
同义词
treat
It's a real treat to see someone doing justice to the film.
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delight
To my delight, the plan worked perfectly.
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pleasure
We exclaimed with pleasure when we saw them.
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enjoyment
She ate with great enjoyment.
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gratification
Eventually they recognized him, much to his gratification.
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cornucopia
(动词) 
Definition
to take part in a feast
We feasted on cakes and ice cream.
同义词
eat your fill
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wine and dine
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eat to your heart's content
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stuff yourself
I could stuff myself with ten chocolate bars and still feel hungry.
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consume
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
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hoover (informal)
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gorge
I could spend all day gorging on chocolate.
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devour
She devoured half an apple pie.
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pig out (slang)
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stuff your face (slang)
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fare sumptuously
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gormandize
(动词) 
Definition
to give a feast to
同义词
treat
She was always treating him to ice cream.
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entertain
I don't really like to entertain guests any more.
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regale
On Sunday evenings we were usually regaled with a roast dinner.
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wine and dine
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hold a reception for
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kill the fatted calf for

其他同义词

in the sense of blowout
Definition
a large filling meal
Once in a while we had a major blow-out.
同义词
binge (informal),
rave (British, slang),
beano (British, slang),
rave-up (British, slang),
carousal,
hooley or hoolie (Irish, New Zealand)
in the sense of celebration
There was a celebration in our house that night.
同义词
rave (British, slang),
junketing,
beano (British, slang),
red-letter day,
rave-up (British, slang),
carousal,
-fest,
hooley or hoolie (Irish, New Zealand)
in the sense of consume
Definition
to eat or drink
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
同义词
eat,
put away,
gobble (up),
eat up,
polish off (informal),
hoover (informal)

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