Feed - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- give food to (syn: give)
- feed into; supply
- introduce continuously
- support or promote
- take in food; used of animals only (syn: eat)
- serve as food for; be the food for
- profit from in an exploitatory manner
- provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to
He was too weak to feed himself.
We feed the plants with a special fertilizer twice a week.
We fed the horses with apples, oats, and hay.
The children fed apples to the horses.
These supplies could feed a small army for a week.
He doesn't earn enough to feed a family of four.
helping to feed and clothe poor children
They used the wood to feed the fire.
The streams feed the creek.
The motor is fed by an electrical current.
There's a jam in the paper feed.
We had to cut off the main power feed.
They're showing a live satellite feed of the event.
We brought along pieces of old bread and fed the birds.
He is so weak that he cannot feed himself.
present participle: feeding
past tense: fed
past participle: fed