Definition of 'feed'
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They used to feed on the fish being cleaned by local fishermen. The Sun (2016)The team fed the system historic data from hundreds of patients. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The money could fund a year’s supply of supplementary feeding on one island. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Army ants are constantly on the move, generally looking for more food sources to feed their massive colonies. Smithsonian Mag (2017)You need to understand demand and then feed the information throughout the supply chain, ” said Spence. Computing (2010)They mislead as often as they feed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Would it have made a difference if he had been fed properly and given treatment on time? The Sun (2013)They knocked his teeth out one one to feed him soup through straws. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The audience is wearing headphones that sometimes feed different information. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Use a liquid feed once a month. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The system feeds the account number through an algorithm. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But a nurse wrongly set her feeding machine to deliver treble the correct amount of fluid. The Sun (2013)He is fed up reading things and hearing things. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The bill would also mean waste being used for animal feed or compost. The Sun (2015)Under the bonnet is a large hydrogen fuel tank that feeds the fuel cell. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We made more food to feed them. Christianity Today (2000)Used particularly in poultry feed to deepen the colour of egg yolks. E For Additives (1987)We are all about feeding friends and having a good time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We produce feed grain that is not used in human food owing to its quality. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The algorithms have been improved continually over the past decade to make the news feed more relevant to the person looking at it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Research shows that people who don't pay heed to their feed tend to eat more. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'feed'
British English: feed /fiːd/ VERB
If you feed a person or animal, you give them food.
She fed him a biscuit.
- American English: feed
- Arabic: يُطْعِمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: alimentar
- Chinese: 喂养
- Croatian: hraniti
- Czech: krmit
- Danish: fodre
- Dutch: voeden
- European Spanish: dar de comer
- Finnish: syöttää tai ruokkia
- French: nourrir
- German: füttern
- Greek: ταΐζω
- Italian: nutrire
- Japanese: 食物を与える
- Korean: 음식(먹이)을 주다
- Norwegian: mate
- Polish: nakarmić
- European Portuguese: alimentar
- Romanian: a hrăni
- Russian: кормить
- Spanish: alimentar
- Swedish: mata
- Thai: ให้อาหาร
- Turkish: beslemek
- Ukrainian: годувати
- Vietnamese: cho ăn
British English: feed NOUN
Animal feed is food given to animals, especially farm animals.
The grain just rotted and all they could use it for was animal feed.
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