Feeder meaning

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One that supplies food.

A bird feeder on a window ledge.

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One that is fed, especially an animal that is being fattened for market.
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A worker or device that feeds materials into a machine for further processing.
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Something that contributes to the operation, maintenance, or supply of something else, especially:
  • A tributary stream.
  • A branch line of a transport system, as of an airline or a railroad.
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Any of the medium-voltage lines used to distribute electric power from a substation to consumers or to smaller substations.
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A transmission line between an antenna and a transmitter.
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A person or thing that feeds.
  • A device that feeds material into a machine.
  • A device that supplies food to animals or birds.
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An animal, esp. a steer, being fattened.
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Anything that supplies or leads into something else; tributary; specif., a branch transportation line (in full feeder line)
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A conductor supplying current or signals to a substation, antenna, etc.
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That which feeds.
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That which is used to feed.

A bird feeder.

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A tributary stream, especially of a canal.
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A branch line of a railway.
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A transmission line that feeds the electricity for an electricity substation, or for a transmitter.
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(baseball, slang, archaic, 1800s) The pitcher.
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(video games, derogatory) A player who is killed by the opposing player or team more than once through lack of skills and experience, thus helping the opposing side.

Stop feeding! You feeder.

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The participant in feederism who feeds the other (the feedee).
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Origin of feeder

  • feed + -er

    From Wiktionary