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Definition of "feeds" []

  • To give food to (verb)
  • To give as food (verb)
  • To eat food (verb)
  • To provide food for (verb)
  • To provide what is necessary for the existence or development of (verb)
  • To gratify; satisfy (verb)
  • To supply (a machine, furnace, etc) with (the necessary materials or fuel) for its operation, or (of such materials) to flow or move forwards into a machine, etc (verb)
  • To use (land) as grazing (verb)
  • To cue (an actor, esp a comedian) with lines or actions (verb)
  • To pass a ball to (a team-mate) (verb)
  • To introduce (electrical energy) into a circuit, esp by means of a feeder (verb)
  • To eat or cause to eat (verb)
  • The act or an instance of feeding (noun)
  • Food, esp that of animals or babies (noun)
  • The process of supplying a machine or furnace with a material or fuel (noun)
  • The quantity of material or fuel so supplied (noun)
  • A facility allowing web users to receive news headlines and updates on their browser from a website as soon as they are published (noun)
  • The rate of advance of a cutting tool in a lathe, drill, etc (noun)
  • A mechanism that supplies material or fuel or controls the rate of advance of a cutting tool (noun)
  • A performer, esp a straight man, who provides cues (noun)
  • A meal (noun)
  • Plural form of feed. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of feed. (verb)

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Use "feeds" in a sentence
  • "Another powerful aspect of RSS feeds is that many news sites are always hungry for new information."
  • "I manage the number of people I follow with Groups on TweetDeck so I follow certain feeds of people I am connected with."
  • "When FoxNews always had the inside on questions and answers and feeds from the Bush WhiteHouse."