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Feeding of the Five Thousand, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishFeeding of the Five Thousand, thethe Feeding of the Five ThousandˌFeeding of the ˌFive ˈThousand, the  a story from the Bible in which Jesus performs a miracle by providing food for 5000 people with only five loaves (loaf) of bread and two fish. People sometimes use this phrase humorously to talk about a situation in which they have to provide a meal for a lot of people We have both families coming for Christmas, so it'll be like the Feeding of the Five Thousand.
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