feria


feria
f.
1 fair.
feria de artesanía craft fair
feria de ganado cattle market
feria del libro book fair
feria de muestras trade fair
2 festival.
como en feria: en ese negocio le fue como en feria (informal) that deal turned out really badly for him (Mexican Spanish)
feria de Abril = annual fair in Seville
3 small change (monedas). (Mexican Spanish)
¿me cambia diez pesos por feria? could you give me change of ten pesos, please?
4 trade show.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: feriar.
imperat.
2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: feriar.
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feria
nombre femenino
1 COMERCIO fair
2 (fiesta) fair, festival
\
FRASEOLOGÍA
feria de ganado livestock fair
feria de muestras trade fair, trade exhibition
la Feria de Sevilla the Seville Festival
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noun f.
1) fair
2) market
3) festival
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SF
1) (=muestra comercial) fair

feria comercial — trade fair

feria del libro — book fair

feria de muestras — trade show, trade exhibition

feria de vanidades — empty show, inane spectacle

2) (=mercado al aire libre) market; (Agr) show

feria agrícola — agricultural show

feria de ganado — cattle show

3) [de atracciones] fair, funfair
4) (=fiesta) festival

durante la feria habrá corridas de toros todos los días — during the festival there will be bullfights every day

la Feria de Sevilla — the Seville Fair

5) (=descanso) holiday
6) Méx * (=cambio) change, small change
7) CAm (=propina) tip
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femenino
1)
a) (exposición comercial) fair

la feria del libro — the book fair

feria de muestras — trade fair

b) (CS, Per) (mercado) (street) market
2)
a) (fiesta popular) festival

en mi pueblo están en ferias — my village is holding its festival

b) (Taur) series of bullfights (held during a festival)
c) (parque de atracciones) fair
3)
a) (Méx fam) (cambio, suelto) small change

¿me cambia este billete por feria? — can you change this bill (AmE) o (BrE) note, please?

b) (Méx fam) (dinero) cash (colloq)
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= fair, fete [fête], funfair, carnival, carnival fair.
Ex. The concept of corporate body includes named occasional groups and events, such as meetings, conferences, congresses, expeditions, exhibitions, festivals, and fairs.
Ex. Held in September annually in Sydney, it is perhaps the largest fete in this hemisphere.
Ex. This popular annual funfair sets up camp in the area surrounding the Midi train station in Brussels.
Ex. Finally, displays and exhibitions are shown at local carnivals, meeting places, health centres and in advice centres themselves.
Ex. Theatres, cafés, cabarets, bars, bordellos, carnival fairs and the gutter. were the places where the artist found his subject matter.
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* asistente a la feria = fairgoer.
* atracción de feria = funfair ride.
* atracción de la feria = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride.
* columpio de la feria = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride.
* en época de feria = carnivalistically.
* en la feria = carnivalistically.
* en tiempo de feria = carnivalistically.
* feria ambulante = travelling carnival.
* feria de la biblioteca = library fair.
* feria del empleo = job fair, career fair.
* feria del libro = book fair.
* feria de muestras = trade show, trade fair.
* industria de las ferias de muestras = trade show industry.
* * *
femenino
1)
a) (exposición comercial) fair

la feria del libro — the book fair

feria de muestras — trade fair

b) (CS, Per) (mercado) (street) market
2)
a) (fiesta popular) festival

en mi pueblo están en ferias — my village is holding its festival

b) (Taur) series of bullfights (held during a festival)
c) (parque de atracciones) fair
3)
a) (Méx fam) (cambio, suelto) small change

¿me cambia este billete por feria? — can you change this bill (AmE) o (BrE) note, please?

b) (Méx fam) (dinero) cash (colloq)
* * *
= fair, fete [fête], funfair, carnival, carnival fair.

Ex: The concept of corporate body includes named occasional groups and events, such as meetings, conferences, congresses, expeditions, exhibitions, festivals, and fairs.

Ex: Held in September annually in Sydney, it is perhaps the largest fete in this hemisphere.
Ex: This popular annual funfair sets up camp in the area surrounding the Midi train station in Brussels.
Ex: Finally, displays and exhibitions are shown at local carnivals, meeting places, health centres and in advice centres themselves.
Ex: Theatres, cafés, cabarets, bars, bordellos, carnival fairs and the gutter. were the places where the artist found his subject matter.
* asistente a la feria = fairgoer.
* atracción de feria = funfair ride.
* atracción de la feria = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride.
* columpio de la feria = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride.
* en época de feria = carnivalistically.
* en la feria = carnivalistically.
* en tiempo de feria = carnivalistically.
* feria ambulante = travelling carnival.
* feria de la biblioteca = library fair.
* feria del empleo = job fair, career fair.
* feria del libro = book fair.
* feria de muestras = trade show, trade fair.
* industria de las ferias de muestras = trade show industry.

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feria
feminine
Feria de Sevilla (↑ feria a1)
A
1 (exposición comercial) fair
la feria del libro/juguete the book/toy fair
feria ganadera livestock show
feria de muestras trade fair
2 (CS, Per) (mercado) market
Compuestos:
feria americana
(RPl) garage sale
feria comercial
trade show
B
1 (fiesta popular) festival
la feria del pueblo the village festival
la feria de Sevilla the April Fair in Seville
en mi pueblo están en ferias my village is holding its festival
irle a algn como en feria (Méx): al equipo le ha ido como en feria the team has done terribly
cada uno habla de la feria según le va en ella everyone sees things from his or her own point of view
2 (Taur) series of bullfights (held during a festival)
3 (parque de atracciones) fair, funfair (BrE)
C
1 (Méx fam) (cambio, suelto) small change
¿trae feria? do you have any small change?
¿me cambia este billete por feria? can you change this bill (AmE) o (BrE) note, please?
2 (Méx fam) (dinero) cash (colloq), dough (colloq), gelt (AmE colloq)
D (RPl) (Der) vacation, recess
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Del verbo feriar: (conjugate feriar)

feria es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

feria sustantivo femenino
1
a) (exposición comercial) fair;

feria de muestras trade fair

b) (CS, Per) (mercado) (street) market

2
a) (fiesta popular) festival

b) (parque de atracciones) fair

3 (Méx fam) (cambio, suelto) small change;
(dinero) cash (colloq)
feria sustantivo femenino fair
feria de ganado, cattle market
feria del libro, book fair
'feria' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
anualmente
- barraca
- caseta
- expositor
- expositora
- noria
- pabellón
- chinamo
- juego
- montar
- sede
English:
booth
- carousel
- county
- fair
- fairground
- freebie
- show
- trade fair
- wander
- fete
- fun
- market
- small
- street
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feria nf
1. [exhibición] fair;
Comp
Méx Fam
ir como en feria: en ese negocio le fue como en feria that deal turned out really badly for him;
al equipo le ha ido como en feria the team has done terribly badly
Comp
feria de artesanía craft(s) fair;
feria del automóvil car o motor show;
feria de ganado cattle fair;
feria del libro book fair;
feria de muestras [actividad] trade fair;
[instalaciones] = permanent site for trade fairs
2. [fiesta popular] festival
Comp
Feria de Abril = annual fair in Seville
3. [de atracciones] Br fun fair, US amusement park
4. Taurom = series of bullfights during a fiesta
5. Andes, RP [mercado] open-air market
6. Méx Fam [cambio] small change;
¿me cambia diez pesos por feria? could you give me change of ten pesos, please?;
el pasaje costó doscientas libras y feria the ticket cost a bit over two hundred pounds
7. CAm [propina] tip
8. RP feria judicial holiday [when the courts are closed]
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feria
f
1 COM fair
2 L.Am. (mercado) market
3 Méx (calderilla) small change
* * *
feria nf
1) : fair, market
2) : festival, holiday
3) Mex : change (money)
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feria n fair
en la feria subí al tiovivo I went on the merry go round at the fair
feria de muestras trade fair

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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