- An example of feedback is a judge in a dance competition giving constructive criticism after a performance.
- An example of feedback is a high pitched noise that is returned from a speaker when a microphone gets too close to it.
Feedback is defined as a return of information about a result or the returned portion of a process.
- Elec. the transfer of part of the output of an active circuit or device back to the input, either as an unwanted effect or in an intentional use, as to reduce distortion
- a process in which the factors that produce a result are themselves modified, corrected, strengthened, etc. by that result
- a response, as one that sets such a process in motion
- a. The return of a portion of the output of a process or system to the input, especially when used to maintain performance or to control a system or process.b. The portion of the output so returned.c. Sound created when a transducer, such as a microphone or the pickup of an electric guitar, picks up sound from a speaker connected to an amplifier and regenerates it back through the amplifier.
- The return of information about the result of a process or activity; evaluative response: asked the students for feedback on the new curriculum.
- The process by which a system, often biological or ecological, is modulated, controlled, or changed by the product, output, or response it produces.
- Adjectives often used with "feedback": positive, negative, delayed, linear, nonlinear, etc.
(third-person singular simple present feedbacks, present participle feedbacking, simple past and past participle feedbacked)
- (music) To generate the high-frequency sound by allowing a speaker to cause vibration of the sound generator of a musical instrument connected by an amplifier to the speaker.
- The show ended with a riot of feedbacking guitars.
- To provide informational feedback to.
- His employees feedbacked him a lot more than he wanted.
- To convey by means of specialized communications channel.
- Customers feedbacked their complaints and some praise.
- Some are likely to prefer "feed back" and its inflected forms "feeds back", "feeding back", or "fed back".