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Translation of "feed" - English-Spanish dictionary

feed

verb   /fiːd/ ( past tense and past participle fed)
B1 to give food to a person, group, or animal dar de comer a, alimentar Have you fed the cat yet?
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feed

verb /fiːd/ ( past tense, past participle fed /fed/)
to give food to dar de comer a, alimentar He fed the child with a spoon.
(with on) to eat comer Cows feed on grass.
feedback noun
advice or criticism about how successful something or someone’s work is comentario, opinión sobre algo After the lesson, the observer provides feedback to the teacher.
an unpleasant high noise that occurs when some of the sound produced by electrical equipment goes back into it, for example if an electric guitar is held too near an amplifier. acople
fed up adjective
tired; bored and annoyed harto I’m fed up with all this work!
(Definition of feed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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