Feed


Feed

Feed may refer to:

* As a verb, to feed means to give food to, or to eat food. See feeding.
* Feed as a noun often refers to animal feed, food given to or meant for livestock (see also "fodder")

Inserting one thing into another:
* Card feed
* Paper feed

Telecommunications:"(Information from Federal Standard 1037C and MIL-STD-188)"
* To supply a signal to the input of a system, subsystem, equipment, or electronic component, such as a transmission line or antenna
* A coupling device between an antenna and its transmission line that may consist of a distribution network or a primary radiator
* A transmission facility between (a) the point of origin of a signal, such as is generated in a radio or television studio, and (b) the head-end of a distribution facility, such as an individual station in a broadcasting network
* Data feed
** Bulk data feed
** Data Feed Optimization
** Delayed data feed (lag)
* Feed horn
* Horn (telecommunications)

Computing
* Line feed
* Web feed, the RSS or Atom feeds used by news aggregators
** , a mechanism to access web feeds

Popular culture
*"Feed", a postcyberpunk, dystopian novel written by M. T. Anderson in 2002
*"Feed", an e-zine, also known as "feedmag.com"
* "The Feed", a segment on the American TV series "Attack of the Show!"
*"Feed", a 2005 film directed by Brett Leonard

Other
* In metalworking, "feed" describes the rate at which a tool advances into the workpiece. The term "speeds and feeds" combines two important conditions that affect cutting tool life and metal removal rates.

FEED may refer to:
* FEED (Foundation for European Economic Development)
* FEED (Front End Engineering Design)

ee also

* Feederism is a sexual fetish involving the submissive partner in a relationship being fed to the stage of obesity by the dominant one for sexual gratification.


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  • Feed — Feed, n. 1. That which is eaten; esp., food for beasts; fodder; pasture; hay; grain, ground or whole; as, the best feed for sheep. [1913 Webster] 2. A grazing or pasture ground. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. An allowance of provender given to a horse,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Feed — (f[=e]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fed} (f[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Feeding}.] [AS. f[=e]dan, fr. f[=o]da food; akin to OS. f[=o]dian, OFries. f[=e]da, f[=o]da, D. voeden, OHG. fuottan, Icel. f[ae][eth]a, Sw. f[ o]da, Dan. f[ o]de. [root]75. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • feed — vb Feed, nourish, pasture, graze are comparable when they mean to provide the food that one needs or desires. Feed is the comprehensive term applicable not only to persons and animals but also to plants and, by extension, to whatever consumes… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • feed — [fēd] vt. fed, feeding [ME feden < OE fedan < base of foda, FOOD] 1. to give food to; provide food for 2. a) to provide as food [to feed oats to horses] b) to serve as food for …   English World dictionary

  • Feed — Feed, v. i. 1. To take food; to eat. [1913 Webster] Her kid . . . which I afterwards killed because it would not feed. De Foe. [1913 Webster] 2. To subject by eating; to satisfy the appetite; to feed one s self (upon something); to prey; with on… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Feed — (englisch feed „Einspeisung“, „Zufuhr“) oder Newsfeed wird im Deutschen als jargon sprachliche Bezeichnung verwendet für elektronische Nachrichten aus dem Internet, die kostenlos abonniert und automatisch in einen Feedreader oder auch in den …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • feed up — ˌfeed ˈup [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they feed up he/she/it feeds up present participle feeding up past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • feed — fēd vb, fed fed; feed·ing vt 1 a) to give food to b) to give as food 2) to produce or provide food for vi to consume food: EAT feed n …   Medical dictionary

  • Feed — [fi:d], der; s, s [engl. feed, eigtl. = Versorgung, Einspeisung] (Jargon): elektronische Nachricht aus dem Internet, die kostenlos abonniert u. in ein E Mail Programm o. Ä. eingespeist werden kann …   Universal-Lexikon


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