"feast" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

feast
[fiːst]
sustantivo
1. banquete (m) festín (m)
  • feast day (religión) -> fiesta (f) de guardar
verbo transitivo
también:
  • to feast one's eyes on something -> recrear la vista en algo
verbo intransitivo
2. darse un banquete (on or upon de)

feast [fist]
sustantivo
1. Banquete, festín, convite, comida o cena espléndida.
sustantivo
2. Comilitona, comilona. (m)
3. Fiesta solemne, regocijo en día señalado. (m)
  • Church feast -> fiesta religiosa 3. Cualquier cosa agradable al paladar
1. Festejar, recibir con agasajo en su casa, regalar al que viene a ella a comer.
2. Atracar de comida y bebida.
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
3. Comer opíparamente. (n)
4. Gozarse, entretenerse. (n)
va.

feast [fiːst]
noun
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
verb:transitive
[+guest] agasajar
to feast one's eyes on sth/sb regalarse la vista con algo/algn
verb:intransitive
darse un banquete
to feast on sth darse un banquete con algo
modifier
feast day (n) (Rel) fiesta (f); día (m) festivo

Verb Conjugations for "feast" (go to el festín, el banquete)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I feast I feasted I will feast
you feast you feasted you will feast
he/she feasts he/she feasted he/she will feast
we feast we feasted we will feast
you feast you feasted you will feast
they feast they feasted they will feast
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