- n. 宴会
- vi. 参加宴会
- vt. 宴请；设宴
- [C]宴会,盛宴 a formal dinner for many people in honor of a particular person or occasion
a ceremonial dinner party for many people
a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed;
"a banquet for the graduating seniors"
"the Thanksgiving feast"
"they put out quite a spread"
provide a feast or banquet for
partake in a feast or banquet
- The manager was called on to speak at the banquet.
- He met the foreign friends and gave a banquet in their honour.
- The president gave the Prince and his attendants a farewell banquet.
- We gave him a farewell banquet yesterday.
- It's interesting for me to banquet.
- They banqueted her like a queen when she became director of that company.
- They banqueted her when she became the director of the company.
- They banqueted him like a king.
- Everything you cook for me is a banquet.
- A victory banquet was served in the royal dining room.
- banquet, dinner
- dinner的规模可大可小,可以是正式举行的宴会,也可以是便宴小酌; 可以是社交性的,也可以是家人团聚。banquet指正式招待某人或庆祝某事件而举行的盛大宴会,饭前多有人致词,场面豪华,多为美酒珍肴。例如:
- A victory banquet was served in the dinning room.餐厅里举行庆祝胜利的宴会。
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自法语的banchetto，意为放桌凳的地方。