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Meaning of “feature” - Learner’s Dictionary

feature

noun [C]     /ˈfiːtʃər/
PART B2 a typical quality, or important part of something: The town's main features are its beautiful mosque and ancient marketplace. This phone has several new features.Conditions and characteristicsWords meaning parts of things
FACE B2 Someone's features are the parts of their face that you notice when you look at them: His eyes are his best feature.The head and face
NEWSPAPER a special article in a newspaper or magazine, or a special television programme: a double-page feature on global warmingHeadlines and features in newspapers and magazines
(Definition of feature noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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