Feat - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |fiːt|  American pronunciation of the word feat
Brit.  |fiːt|  British pronunciation of the word feat

noun

- a notable achievement(syn: effort, exploit)

he performed a great feat

Examples

a performer known for her astonishing acrobatic feats

an exceptional feat of the human intellect

Writing that whole report in one night was quite a feat.

It was no mean feat.

They climbed the mountain in 28 days, a remarkable feat.

It is no mean feat to perform such a difficult piece.

They sold 1 million cards in the first year of business - no mean feat, given the problems many businesses are facing.

What a feat - to bag a dozen head of game without missing!

a difficult feat performed with casual mastery

Word forms

noun
singular: feat
plural: feats
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