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To treat with a banquet or sumptuous entertainment of food; to feast. The definition of a banquet is an elaborate dinner, usually for the purpose of celebration. A dinner honoring the recipient of an award and a fancy meal for graduating high school seniors are each an example of a banquet.What is the meaning of banquet?
A banquet ( / ˈbæŋkwɪt /; French: [bɑ̃kɛ]) is a formal large meal or feast, where a number of people consume food together. Banquets are traditionally held to enhance the prestige of a host, or reinforce social bonds among joint contributors. Modern examples of these purposes include a charitable gathering, a ceremony, or a celebration.What is the origin of the word banquet?
banquet (n.) late 15c., "feast, sumptuous entertainment," from Old French banquet "feast," earlier simply "small bench," from Old Italian banchetto, diminutive of banco "bench," variant of banca "bench," which is from a Germanic source (see bench (n.)). Apparently originally "a snack eaten on a bench" (rather than at table), hence "a slight repast between meals;" if so, the meaning has entirely changed.