feed (fed)

feed (fed)
رَعَى \ browse: (of animals that eat grass or plants) to feed. care for: to look after: Who will care for these fatherless children?. feed (fed): (of animals) to eat: Sheep were feeding in the fields. foster: to care for (a homeless child). shepherd: to guide and protect (sb.) like a shepherd: He shepherded the children on to the train. sponsor: to act as sponsor (a plan, a student, etc.). take care of: to look after: I’ll take care of your children while you’re away. \ See Also اهتم (اِهْتَمَّ)‏

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  • feed — [fēd] vt. fed, feeding [ME feden < OE fedan < base of foda, FOOD] 1. to give food to; provide food for 2. a) to provide as food [to feed oats to horses] b) to serve as food for …   English World dictionary

  • feed — fēd vb, fed fed; feed·ing vt 1 a) to give food to b) to give as food 2) to produce or provide food for vi to consume food: EAT feed n …   Medical dictionary

  • fed — ☆ fed fed1 [fed] vt., vi. pt. & pp. of FEED fed up Informal having had enough to become disgusted, bored, or annoyed fed2 [fed] n. [often F ] a U.S. federal agent or officer a U.S. federal agent or officer ☆ the Fed the Federal Reserve System …   English World dictionary

  • fed up — adjective having a strong distaste from surfeit grew more and more disgusted fed up with their complaints sick of it all sick to death of flattery gossip that makes one sick tired of the noise and smoke • Syn: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • fed — I [[t]fɛd[/t]] v. pt. and pp. of feed • fed up II fed [[t]fɛd[/t]] n. cvb sts (often cap.) Informal. a federal official or law enforcement officer • Etymology: 1915–20; by shortening …   From formal English to slang

  • Fed — Feed Feed (f[=e]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fed} (f[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Feeding}.] [AS. f[=e]dan, fr. f[=o]da food; akin to OS. f[=o]dian, OFries. f[=e]da, f[=o]da, D. voeden, OHG. fuottan, Icel. f[ae][eth]a, Sw. f[ o]da, Dan. f[ o]de. [root]75 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • feed — vb Feed, nourish, pasture, graze are comparable when they mean to provide the food that one needs or desires. Feed is the comprehensive term applicable not only to persons and animals but also to plants and, by extension, to whatever consumes… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • feed up — ˌfeed ˈup [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they feed up he/she/it feeds up present participle feeding up past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • Feed-in tariffs in Australia — Feed in tariffs generally refers to the rates at which a small scale producer of electricity (such as a household) is able to sell that electricity to another party (generally their electricity retailer). They are a means of providing PV… …   Wikipedia

  • Feed — (f[=e]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fed} (f[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Feeding}.] [AS. f[=e]dan, fr. f[=o]da food; akin to OS. f[=o]dian, OFries. f[=e]da, f[=o]da, D. voeden, OHG. fuottan, Icel. f[ae][eth]a, Sw. f[ o]da, Dan. f[ o]de. [root]75. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Feed-forward — is a term describing a kind of system which reacts to changes in its environment, usually to maintain some desired state of the system. A system which exhibits feed forward behavior responds to a measured disturbance in a pre defined way mdash;… …   Wikipedia

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