简明英汉词典

feast
[fi:st]
n.
节日, 盛宴, 筵席, 宴会, 酒席
vt.
盛宴, 款待, 享乐, 请客
vi.
参加宴会, 享受

美国传统词典[双解]

feast
feast
AHD:[f?st]
D.J.[fi8st]
K.K.[fist]
n.(名词)

(1)

A large, elaborately prepared meal, usually for many persons and often accompanied by entertainment; a banquet.
宴会:精心准备的大筵席,通常有很多人参加,并有娱乐活动;酒席

(2)

A meal that is well prepared and abundantly enjoyed.
盛宴:经充分准备,可尽情享乐的宴席

(3)

A periodic religious festival commemorating an event or honoring a god or saint.
祝典:为纪念某一事件,敬神或圣人的定期的宗教节日

(4)

Something giving great pleasure or satisfaction:
赏心乐事:带来极大快乐和满足的事情:
a book that is a veritable feast for the mind.
一本给心灵带来真正快乐的书
v.(动词)
feast.edfeast.ingfeasts
v.tr.(及物动词)
To give a feast for; entertain or feed sumptuously:
宴请:开宴会;尽情地享乐或吃:
feasted the guests on venison.
用野味宴请客人们
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To partake of a feast; eat heartily.
大吃:参加宴会;饱餐

(2)

To experience something with gratification or delight:
享受:以满足或快乐的心情经历某种事情:
feasted on the view.
饱眼福

习惯用语

feast (one's) eyes on
To be delighted or gratified by the sight of:
大饱眼福:视觉上得到快乐和满足:
We feasted our eyes on the paintings.
这些画让我们大饱眼福

语源

(1)

Middle English feste
中古英语 feste

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *f?a
源自 俗拉丁语 *f?a

(4)

from Latin [pl. of] f?stum
源自 拉丁语 [] f?stum的复数

(5)

from f?s [festive] * see dh?s-
源自 f?s [欢乐的] *参见 dh?s-

继承用法

feaster
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

feast
[fi:st]
n.

(1)

宴会;筵席
to give a feast
举行宴会

(2)

宗教节日

词性变化

feast
vt., vi.

(1)

(常与on连用)宴请; 摆筵席

(2)

赴宴;享受美食
We feasted on chicken and coconuts.
我们吃鸡肉和椰子,大饱口福。
Our reporter feasted his eyes on the beautiful scene of Venice. (喻)
我们的记者饱览了威尼斯美丽的景色。

现代英汉综合大辞典

feast
[fi:st]
n.

(1)

盛宴, 筵席

(2)

(宗教上的)节日, 节期

(3)

欢乐; 享受; 赏心快事
a feast for the gods
精美饮食; 令人愉快之事
a feast of fat things
山珍海味的酒席
a feast for the eyes
赏心悦目的事
immovable feasts
固定节日(如圣诞节)
movable feasts
活动节日(如复活节)
A cheerful look makes a dish a feast.
[谚]脸上笑嘻嘻,便饭成筵席。

词性变化

feast
[fi:st]
vt.

(1)

盛筵款待

(2)

使精神愉快; 使享受
feast one's friends
宴请朋友
feast one's eyes on the beautiful scene
饱览美景

feast
[fi:st]
vi.

(1)

赴宴, 参加宴会

(2)

享受; 感到异常愉快
feast on rare books
愉快地阅读珍本书藉

继承用法

feast-or-famine
adj.
时饱时饿的, 好坏不定的

feaster
n.
欢宴者

feastful
adj.
祝宴的, 过节的

习惯用语

a Dutch feast
主人先醉的酒宴

a feast of eyes
眼福

a feast of reason and a flow of soul
非常美妙的谈话; 妙趣横生的谈话

as (good) as a feast
绰绰有余, 足够

Barmecide feast
幻想的酒宴; 想象中的富裕; 空想的利益(画饼充饥)

give a feast
请客

make a feast
请客

lovefeast

(1)

古代基督徒的友好聚餐

(2)

[美]联欢宴会

Luculleanfeast
豪华的酒宴

make a feast of
大吃, 饱吃

make a feast upon
大吃, 饱吃

make feast
[古]吃酒席; 作乐; 大摆宴席

the feast of trumpets
犹太人的新年

feast away
在欢宴中度过时光

feast offools
【史】中世纪的一种狂欢节

F-of Lanterns
(中国)灯节, 元霄节

F-of Tabernacles
犹太人的丰收节

F-today makes fast tomorrow.
[谚]今日大吃大喝, 明日肚皮挨饿。

用法词典

feast
来自拉丁语festum节日
英文相关词典

feast
appreciate    banquet    delight in    enjoy    feed    like    love    rejoice in    spread    treat    

美国传统词典

feast
feast
AHD:[f?st]
D.J.[fi8st]
K.K.[fist]
n.

(1)

A large, elaborately prepared meal, usually for many persons and often accompanied by entertainment; a banquet.

(2)

A meal that is well prepared and abundantly enjoyed.

(3)

A periodic religious festival commemorating an event or honoring a god or saint.

(4)

Something giving great pleasure or satisfaction:
a book that is a veritable feast for the mind.
v.
feast.ed, feast.ing, feasts
v.tr.
To give a feast for; entertain or feed sumptuously:
feasted the guests on venison.
v.intr.

(1)

To partake of a feast; eat heartily.

(2)

To experience something with gratification or delight:
feasted on the view.

习惯用语

feast (one's) eyes on
To be delighted or gratified by the sight of:
We feasted our eyes on the paintings.

语源

(1)

Middle English feste

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *f?a

(4)

from Latin [pl. of] f?stum

(5)

from f?s [festive] * see dh?s-

继承用法

feaster
n.

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