[fet shahn-pe-truh] /fɛt ʃɑ̃ˈpɛ trə/
noun, plural fêtes champêtres
[fet shahn-pe-truh] /fɛt ʃɑ̃ˈpɛ trə/ (Show IPA). French.
an outdoor festival or a garden party.
noun (pl) fêtes champêtres (fɛt ʃɑ̃pɛtrə)
a garden party, picnic, or similar outdoor entertainment
(arts) Also fête galante (fɛt ɡalɑ̃t)
[feyt, fet] /feɪt, fɛt/ noun, plural fetes. 1. a day of celebration; holiday: The Fourth of July is a great American fete. 2. a festive celebration or entertainment: The ball was the greatest fete of the season. 3. a religious feast or festival: a fete lasting several days in honor of a saint. verb (used […]
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