fete
Fete Definition of Fete by Merriam-Webster.
1: festival Class Day, the great fete of the year Catherine D. 2 a: a lavish often outdoor entertainment a fete in the park with music and performances. b: a large elaborate party a fete to celebrate the museum's' centennial.
Lemon Festival Fete du Citron.
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Fete Synonyms, Fete Antonyms Thesaurus.com.
As it happened, the fete of Janville fell on Sunday, the second in May. The slightest excuse was sufficient for hima fete, a wish, a simple pleasure. He had called on the Marquise the day following the fete at the Hotel Dulac.
La Fête du Champagne.
Unlike most wine critics, who either taste wines exclusively from their own locations or else visit wine regions sporadically, Peter actually spent six years living full-time in the Champagne region of France, the only wine critic in the world to have done so.
fête Vertaling Frans-Nederlands.
samen met vrienden feest vieren. K Dictionaries Ltd. de gedenkdag m; de feestdag m; de partij v; het partijtje; de party v; het festijn; het festival; naamdag m; de verjaardag m; het feest; de feestelijkheid v; de herdenkingsdag m; de feestje; vreugdefeest znw.;
Fête in het Nederlands vertaald uit het Frans.
anniversaire; jubilé; centenaire; biguine; danse; bringue; commémoration; célébration; cérémonie; mémento; congé; permission; congédiement; vacance; détente; relâche; inactivité; festin; agape; banquet; bombance; ripaille; bamboche; noce; beuverie; festival; festivité; gala; solennité; réjouissances; kermesse; foire; fiesta; bamboula; réception; gueuleton; mariage; repas; java; pagne; ducasse; nouba; raout; réunion; redoute; fortification; ciadelle; bal; réjouissance; divertissement; distraction; liesse; plaisir; jubilation; joie; ribote; bombe; orgie; ribouldingue; sauterie; pince-fesses; soirée; surprise-partie; populaire; soir.
Individual Fête des Vignerons 2019.
Ville en Fête. The Fête des Vignerons pays homage to viticultural traditions many centuries old of an entire region with a spectacular show and coronation of the vineyard hands. Learn more about the Fête and its history. Our main partners.
fete Dictionary Definition: Vocabulary.com.
In fact, sometimes in English you'll' see a circumflex accent over the first e" in fête. This makes it especially easy to remember, because this accent looks almost like a party hat. Definitions of fete. n an elaborate party often outdoors.
Fête Home.
Salle de Fête Van der Valk TheaterHotel De Oranjerie.
De Salle de Fête is één van de grootste en mooiste feestzalen van Midden Limburg. De majestueuze trappen en de prachtige wandschildering geven de hal direct al iets bijzonders en is daarmee de ideale locatie voor uw diner, feestavond of receptie.
Fête Wikipedia.
Harvard University's' Eliot House uses the term to refer to its spring formal. Bloomington, Minnesota's, Independence Day celebration traditionally held on the 3rd of July has been known as Summer Fete since 1978. The English word fête, pronounced / f e t / FAYT or / f t / FET, is borrowed from the Mediaeval Latin festus via the French fête, meaning holiday" or party.
fete Definition of fete in English by Oxford Dictionaries. English logo. Oxford University Press logo.
Home British World English fete. Definition of fete in English.: 1 A public function, typically held outdoors and organized to raise funds for a charity, including entertainment and the sale of goods and refreshments. a church fete. More example sentences.

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