Noun(1) an animal being fattened or suitable for fattening(2) someone who consumes food for nourishment(3) a branch that flows into the main stream(4) a machine that automatically provides a supply of some material(5) an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birds(6) an animal that feeds on a particular source of food
(1) But it also has a 50-sheet paper feeder , a feature that usually comes on multifunction devices at a significantly higher cost.(2) Many processors use a fruit feeder to add inclusions to the ice cream mix.(3) the automatic sheet feeder holds up to 10 sheets of paper(4) a plankton feeder(5) It's also a noticeably faster process using the document feeder - even if just a series of one-page results are being scanned into different charts.(6) I am aware that otters, an excellent indicator of good water quality, are returning to the feeder stream and the lake that Mr Dixon alleges is being poisoned.(7) With the first big rain of the year, a torrent of mud, silt, and debris had swept down the feeder stream.(8) Firstly, it will engage pupils from our own school, and from feeder primaries, in active citizenship work in their local community.(9) Take over a bird feeder and keep it filled with birdseed.(10) Another idea being floated is that domestic competitions would act as feeder leagues in the new set-up, with annual relegation and promotion play-offs.(11) The island would come up on the tank between the railway line and the small feeder road (that connects the bypass road with Tiruchi Road).(12) Even when his dad caught a nine-pound brown trout on a small feeder stream, it didn't cause much excitement around town.(13) These roads act as a main feeder road onto the Inner Ring Road with many commercial trucks and heavy goods vehicles using the road on a daily basis.(14) And while proclaiming the best fishing spot is a sure way to start an argument in Minnesota, the river and its feeder streams are hard to beat for native trout.(15) At lunch time the engine driver and the mill feeder had their lunch first and then while the others ate their lunch the driver oiled up the machine.(16) Work is due to start on-site in January and the new primary school, which will be one of the feeder schools for the academy, will open next September.
(1) bottom feeder :: ボトムフィーダー
(2) apron feeder :: エプロンフィーダー
(3) feeder cattle :: フィーダー牛
2. tributary ::
4. self-feeder ::
1. effluent ::
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