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breast-feedverb [I/T]

 /ˈbrestˌfid/
(of a ​mother) to ​feed a ​baby with ​milk from her ​breasts
breast-feeding
noun [U]
Exclusive breastfeeding for at least six ​monthscuts the baby's ​chance of ​developingear infections in ​half.
(Definition of breast-feed from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “breast-feed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 母乳喂养…
in Turkish emzirmek, süt vermek…
in Russian кормить грудью…
in Chinese (Traditional) 母乳餵養…
in Polish karmić piersią…
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