Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Feast"

The meaning of "Feast" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does We bloody feasted on them. mean?
A: You should give more context. But it could mean we defeated them easily
Q: What does feast mean?
A: It means a big dinner, mostly during events to
It can also mean to eat
Q: What does feast mean?
A: It can be a verb meaning to eat a lot. It can also be a noun, meaning a huge amount of food.
Q: What does feast mean?
A: A large meal during a celebration
Q: What does feast your eyes mean?
A: it basically means to "watch carefully" or "pay attention"

Example sentences using "Feast"

Q: Please show me example sentences with feast.
A: We have a feast every Christmas.

Wow! You cooked all of this for me? It's a feast.

I caught lots of fish. We'll have a feast tonight. (Alternatively, we'll feast tonight.)

You can use it as a metaphor for anything where you eat or consume a lot of different things of a decent quality.

"Are you boys ready to feast on some pussy tonight?" said the captain to his sailors.
Q: Please show me example sentences with feast.
A: Oh I see!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with feast, holiday and celebration. what’s the difference between these words?.
A: Feast: a large, fulfilling meal

Holiday: a day of festivity or recreation where no work is done

Celebration: the act of marking one's pleasure at an important event or occasion by engaging in enjoyable, typically social activity

Synonyms of "Feast" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between feast and banquet ?
A:

They are basically the same thing

Feast - a word of Germanic origin
Banquet - of French origin

When you see an English word of French origin, that's usually the one favoured by the upper classes
Q: What is the difference between feast and banquet ?
A: Feast is a just a party ( Hou still shouldn't use it since feast is a word less orally used)whereas banquet is a feast, sure, but it contains a meal.
Q: What is the difference between feast and party ?
A: feast involves eating
party is a get together, you can eat, celebrate a birthday, wedding, baby shower, etc
Q: What is the difference between feast and party ?
A: A feast means a big meal where people get together to celebrate something. A party doesn't have to have food. It's a gathering where people get together and have fun.

Translations of "Feast"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm watching "first we feast, hot ones" with shaquille o'neal, is saying that we will don't make a face, what he means with "make a face"
?
A: "make a face" is like doing a facial expression, Shaquille O'Neal is saying that he won't make a facial expression because of the spice from the hot wings.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? who can tell me what is meaning of "threw a feast". Thank you
A: They cooked a lot of food.
Usually during parties or festive gatherings when there’s a lot of food
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say "feast" in french/
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Other questions about "Feast"

Q: What does “a feast of beans and peas” mean here?
A: so he has a great meal made up of beans and peas
Q: Ah well, enough is as good as a feast - and I've had enough of colour management issues for now. Does this sound natural?
A: That sounds natural. One thing to point out, the idiom "enough is as good as a feast" is rather old-fashioned and very "british". It is primarily heard in the UK.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce feast and fast.
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Q: I will feast you. Does this sound natural?
A: Are you trying to say something likeご馳走する? "I'll treat you (to lunch/dinner, a meal etc)" usually is an appropriate translation.
Q: ​​The typical Chinese feast usually consists of cold dishes to be started with and some hot dishes. Does this sound natural?
A: The typical Chinese feast usually consists of cold dishes first, that are then followed by some hot dishes.

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