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To provide with food
“Ideally, you will need to get recommendations about the amounts of food to feed your dog from your vet.”
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To eat or consume food
“Perhaps, because the sharks feed at night, the fish had nothing to fear during the day.”
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To graze or feed on grass or herbage
“There were sparse grass patches that the cows would feed on.”
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To subsist or live on a given type of food
“These birds are known to feed on caterpillars, slugs, and other pests.”
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To suckle (an infant) with natural or biological milk
“Executives in different ministries are also encouraged to set up breastfeeding rooms for mothers to feed their infants.”
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To encourage the growth of
“The focus is on developing the skills base to feed the future growth of the electronic design sector in Scotland.”
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To provide with information or knowledge
“Graham explained that he didn't want me to feed him information, or to completely clam up, but to answer yes or no if asked a question.”
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To dispense or distribute items or resources
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“The more data we feed into the software, the more accurate our results will be.”
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To keep alive or provide sustenance for
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To direct or guide along a pathway
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To make more fertile by adding nutrients, especially of soil
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To satisfy or yield freely to (a desire or interest)
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Make or become fat or fatter
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To provide housing or accommodation for
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To stuff (typically with food) to a state of satiety
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To foster the growth or development of
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To receive (someone) as a guest and provide them with food and drink
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To poke, pierce, thrust
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Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level
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To place or put between or among others
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To eat or consume as food
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To browse or peruse reading material
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To refresh the memory of, especially encouraging someone to speak
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Give, transfer
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To enter instructions into a device to instruct it to do a particular task
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To make fit or healthy
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Past tense for to hire (somebody) for work or a job
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Past tense for to pay (someone) for services rendered or work done
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Food, especially for animals or livestock
“Supplements of bacteria types or compounds that inhibit methane production could be placed in cow feed to reduce methane production.”
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Food served or eaten as a meal
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“We have also heard that a must-do activity is to have a feed at the local fish-and-chip shop.”
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Edible food or subtances
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A performer whose act involves being the butt of a comedian's jokes
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A small tube inserted into a body cavity to remove fluid, create an opening, distend a passageway or administer a drug
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Seed, usually constituting a mixture from several species of plant, set out as food for birds
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Restarting play by rolling or throwing the ball into the scrum
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Comedian who sets up joke
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A signal or broadcast transmitted by a relay
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Anything that serves to remind
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