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feat

noun [C] uk   /fiːt/ us  
C2 something difficult needing a lot of skill, strength, courage, etc. to achieve it: The Eiffel Tower is a remarkable feat of engineering. She performed remarkable feats of organization for the company.
Translations of “feat”
in Spanish hazaña, proeza…
in French exploit…
in German das Meisterwerk…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技藝, 功績, 業績…
in Russian достижение…
in Turkish olağanüstü başarı, büyük ustalık, kahramanlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 技艺, 功绩, 业绩…
in Polish wyczyn…
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