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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “feed”

feed

noun (FOOD)
食物
 
 
/fiːd/
[C] UK (US feeding) when a baby has something to eat or drink
(嬰兒的)一餐
The baby had a feed an hour ago, so she can't be hungry.
寶寶一小時前剛餵過一次,所以她不可能是餓了。
EatingBiting, chewing and swallowingMeals and parts of meals
[U] food eaten by animals that are not kept as pets
動物飼料
cattle/animal feed
牛/動物飼料
→ See also chickenfeedAnimal food
[C] old-fashioned a large meal
豐盛的一餐
Meals and parts of meals
(Definition of feed noun (FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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