Noun(1) an elaborate party (often outdoors
(1) His supporters may attempt to bestow even more Machiavellian qualities on their leader by claiming he deliberately scheduled the party's fiesta to swamp a possible referendum defeat, but the reality was different.(2) a balloon fiesta(3) Over the next six months, two tango orchestras will visit Waterford and it's hoped by then to run a fiesta in conjunction with these events, building up to a Gala Ball at Christmas.(4) the yearly fiesta of San Juan(5) The story of the fiesta is surrounded by religion, legend and the fiery Basque spirit.(6) Between August 1 and 6, San Salvador holds a fiesta (major celebration) commemorating the Transfiguration of Christ.(7) Rural villages have a patron saint who is honored each year with a fiesta .(8) This event is an all-out lactic acid fiesta , and it is common for some competitors to require medical aid at the end of their run.(9) Each province has at least one local festival of its own, usually on the feast of its patron saint, so that there is always a fiesta going on somewhere in the country.(10) Indeed a potential fundraising opportunity, which might at least have bought a planeload of anti-Aids drugs, has become an exhibition of high-tech media co-ordination and a celebrity fiesta .(11) The first event of the fiesta : a Saturday morning flight, was cancelled due to strong winds.(12) In contrast to the silver jubilee celebrations in 1977, when the crowds were big and street parties abundant, this year's fiesta seemed doomed, a victim of the declining interest in the royal family and their soap opera lifestyle.(13) Although there were no bulls, tomatoes or flying goats, the event was a bit of fun nonetheless and probably more typical of the average Spanish fiesta .(14) The saint's day is celebrated by a fiesta that includes a religious ceremony.(15) We need not wait to experience the glory of a grand fiesta together.(16) Celebrating its first anniversary, it organized a three-day dance fiesta for its members.
(1) fiesta :: フィエスタ
1. festival ::
2. carnival ::
3. holiday ::
5. party ::
Different Formsfiesta, fiestas
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