英 [fi:d] 美 [fid]
及物动词 喂养; 满足(欲望等); 向…提供; 供…作食物
不及物动词 吃，以…为食; 流入，注入，进入(如油流入机器); [电子学]馈入
名词 饲料(尤指粗饲料)，施肥; 喂送; 草料; (尤指向地方性电视台)馈送电视节目
1. We feed the birds every day.
2. He has a large family to feed.
3. This moving belt feeds the machine with raw material.
1. The local government should clarify people's doubts immediately and act on the feedback of taxpayers, who help feed the officials.
2. She had a Caesarean section to deliver her baby son and was given milk powder to feed him for six months.
3. The keeper entered a cage to feed a tiger on October 21 but failed to lock the den where the animals were kept.
4. Kang has to buy more than 40 yuan worth of meat, other food and calcium to feed the dog every day.
5. He said the most pressing issue was flooding in the six miles of underground tunnels that feed steam to campus buildings for power.
6. Cancellation of the rally undoubtedly will feed a positive public image among the local community.
7. It proved that the previous news about cancerogenic chicken feed was not true.
8. Video images showed the rocket soaring into a cloudless sky, with other pictures from mission control showing a video feed of Yang inside the capsule.
9. Children feed the carp in a pond at Yu Yuan in Shanghai.
If you feed a person or animal, you give them food to eat and sometimes actually put it in their mouths.
e.g. We brought along pieces of old bread and fed the birds...
e.g. She fed him a cookie...
To feed a family or a community means to supply food for them.
e.g. Feeding a hungry family can be expensive.
e.g. ...a food reserve large enough to feed the Sudanese population for many months.
When an animal feeds, it eats or drinks something.
e.g. After a few days the caterpillars stopped feeding...
e.g. Slugs feed on decaying plant and animal material.
When a baby feeds, or when you feed it, it drinks breast milk or milk from a bottle.
e.g. When a baby is thirsty, it feeds more often...
e.g. I knew absolutely nothing about handling or feeding a baby.