1. (general) 
a. el banquete m, festín (M) 
2. (religion) 
feast dayfiesta de guardar
transitive verb
3. (general) 
to feast one's eyes on somethingrecrear la vista en algo
intransitive verb
4. (general) 
a. darse un banquete 
feast [fiːst]
1 (meal) banquete (m); (big meal) comilona (informal) (f); tragadera (f) (informal); (Méx)
it's feast or famine cuando mucho, cuando nada
It's feast or famine, isn't it? Sex, I mean. Either you're at it all the time or you're never at it at all While her life is rich in memories, money is a problem. "It's feast or famine with me," she says
2 (Rel) fiesta (f)
3 (treat)
the film promises a feast of special effects la película promete ser un derroche de efectos especiales
transitive verb
[+guest] agasajar
to feast one's eyes on sth/sb regalarse la vista con algo/algn
intransitive verb
darse un banquete
to feast on sth darse un banquete con algo
feast day (n) (Rel) fiesta (f); día (m) festivo
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