Definition of 'feat'
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No mean feat but she was helping out a bit! The Sun (2016)But they must repeat the feat at Spurs to prove they are the real deal again. The Sun (2016)That is no mean feat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That was 24 years ago but now the Bees are pushing to repeat that feat. The Sun (2017)It sounded like a feat of endurance for the audience - let alone a man who turned 89 this month. The Sun (2016)They certainly had no right to repeat the feat the next season. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What is it with comics and unlikely feats of endurance? Times, Sunday Times (2010)This seems to me an impressive feat. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)Making it to the top of the pile is no mean feat. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Each woman spurred the other on to more daring feats. Berthe Morisot (1990)Such a wonderful feat of endurance deserved more coverage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)An impressive feat when few people will admit to being fans. The Sun (2006)Last night he explained why they were now embarking on this new feat of endurance. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Was the flute on top of a full rock sound an impressive feat of musical engineering when you began? The Sun (2008)That is what happens when you make just the one big signing and do not appear keen to repeat the feat. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Can he repeat the feat when the teams meet again at the Etihad? The Sun (2012)It's no mean feat keeping a massive entertainment show fresh and current with high ratings. The Sun (2014)The flow is consistent, an impressive feat in itself. The Times Literary Supplement (2008)It's no mean feat because it was one of the best platform games of last year. The Sun (2012)Despite not quite making it, their journey was an astonishing feat of endurance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is a brilliant feat of nerve and humour, demanding and getting extreme imaginative leaps from the audience. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's almost as difficult a feat to bring the other leading characters to life and make us care about them. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)This was a brilliant feat. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So can City repeat that feat? The Sun (2011)It's a difficult feat, that. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He's maintained himself, which is a difficult feat in this business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'feat'
British English: feat NOUN
A feat is a very brave or difficult act.
A racing car is an extraordinary feat of engineering.
Definition of feat from the Collins English Dictionary
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