Feedback - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfiːdbæk|  American pronunciation of the word feedback
Brit.  |ˈfiːdbak|  British pronunciation of the word feedback

noun

- the process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate its further output
- response to an inquiry or experiment

Examples

How can I provide feedback without making someone angry?

Try to give each student some feedback on the task.

Positive feedback creates path dependence.

The feedback about the new product was all negative.

Your feedback was not very constructive.

The company uses customer feedback to improve its products.

He asked for some feedback from his boss.

The computer makes adjustments based on feedback from the sensors.

We were getting some feedback from the microphone.

He was invigorated by the positive feedback.

The keyboard has good tactile feedback, and the touch pad is responsive without being too twitchy.

Feedback is especially important in learning skills.

The feedback will be used to modify the course for next year.

We've had a lot of positive feedback from the people of this city.

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