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feature

noun /ˈfiːtʃə/
a mark by which anything is known; a quality
característica
The use of bright colours/colors is one of the features of her painting.
one of the parts of one’s face (eyes, nose etc)
rasgo
She has very regular features.
a special article in a newspaper
crónica, artículo de fondo
’The Times’ is doing a feature on winter holidays.
the main film in a cinema / movie theater programme/program etc
largometraje
The feature begins at 7.30 (also adjective) a feature film.
(Definition of feature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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