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to have a feast

  • 1 tener ingenio

    • have a ready pen
    • have a real feast

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tener ingenio

  • 2 comilona

    f.
    1 blow-out (party).
    2 big meal, banquet, feast, huge meal.
    * * *
    1 big meal, blowout
    * * *
    femenino (fam) feast (colloq)

    nos dimos/pegamos una comilona — we had a blowout

    * * *
    = binge, big meal, feast, binge eating.
    Ex. Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.
    Ex. The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
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    * darse una comilona = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo.
    * * *
    femenino (fam) feast (colloq)

    nos dimos/pegamos una comilona — we had a blowout

    * * *
    = binge, big meal, feast, binge eating.

    Ex: Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.

    Ex: The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    * darse una comilona = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo.

    * * *
    ( fam)
    feast ( colloq)
    organizaron una comilona de antología they laid on a magnificent spread o a great feast o a lavish meal
    nos dimos/pegamos una gran comilona para celebrarlo we had a blowout o ( BrE) a slap-up meal to celebrate
    * * *

    comilona sustantivo femenino (fam) feast (colloq);

    comilón,-ona
    I adjetivo with a large appetite, gluttonous
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino big eater, glutton
    comilona sustantivo femenino familiar big meal, feast

    ' comilona' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    panzada
    English:
    binge
    - blowout
    - nosh
    - spread
    - blow
    * * *
    Fam [festín] blow-out, Br slap-up meal;
    darse una comilona to have a blow-out o Br a slap-up meal
    * * *
    f fam
    feast, blowout fam
    I adj greedy
    II m, comilona f big eater
    * * *
    comilona nf, fam : feast

    Spanish-English dictionary > comilona

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