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feedback

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈfiːdbæk/ MARKETING, HR
information about something such as a new product or someone's work, that provides an idea of whether people like it or whether it is good: have feedback (from sb) Have you had any feedback from customers about the new soap?give sb feedback (on/about sth) The client has given us some feedback on the design. positive/negative feedback a feedback form/questionnaire/survey →  See also 360-degree feedback
Translations of “feedback”
in Korean 피드백…
in Arabic تَغذِية راجِعة…
in Portuguese comentário…
in Catalan comentaris…
in Japanese フィードバック…
in Italian reazione, commenti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意見, 回饋資訊,回饋意見…
in Russian ответная реакция, отклик…
in Turkish geribildirim, geri besleme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见, 反馈信息,反馈意见…
in Polish reakcja, opinie…
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