feast Ukrainian

pengucapan
n. бенкет, святкування, насолода, банкет, комашня, пир
v. бенкетувати, пригощати, тішитися, купражити

Contoh kalimat

I needed to attend to many jobs before the evening feast began.
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After three months there, some sort of travelling circus came to the village to celebrate a local feast.
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In India it was a feast, not only on the screen, but for that village, too.
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During the first half of the feast, the artists exercised some restraint, and the sculptor was able to converse with the singer.
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“Her flesh,” she continued, “must be as delicious as that of a plump little lamb. Oh, what a feast we will have!”
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To avoid the worst, the authorities in Kano have cancelled the festivities marking the Muslim feast of Eid al-Fitr.
(Source: Voice of America)
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To Mr Scrooge! said Bob; I want to propose a toast of good health to Mr Scrooge, the patron of our little feast!
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If one of them came under her control, she killed it, cooked it, and then ate it; and that was a day of feasting.
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More than enough is as good as a feast.
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The wedding function is more a feast than a banquet, because Italians like to celebrate weddings big time.
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Sinonim

1. celebration: anniversary, carnival, banquet, carousal, ceremony, commemoration
2. banquet: spread, repast, barbecue
3. eat: stuff oneself
4. delight: gratify



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