a prominent attribute or aspect of something
"the map showed roads and other features"; "generosity is one of his best characteristics"
the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin
"an expression of pleasure crossed his features"; "his lineaments were very regular"
feature, feature film(noun)
the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater
"the feature tonight is `Casablanca'"
feature, feature article(noun)
a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine
"they ran a feature on retirement planning"
feature of speech, feature(noun)
(linguistics) a distinctive characteristic of a linguistic unit that serves to distinguish it from other units of the same kind
an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles
have as a feature
"This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
get, throw, experience, suffer, accept, ingest, cause, give, hold, let, sustain, have, give birth, take in, sport, birth, receive, consume, own, deliver, possess, take, bear, have got, induce, boast, make, stimulate
sport, feature, boast(verb)
wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner
"she was sporting a new hat"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A characteristic belongs to the nature or character of the person, thing, or class, and serves to identify an object; as, a copper-colored skin, high cheek-bones, and straight, black hair are characteristics of the American Indian. A sign is manifest to an observer; a mark or a characteristic may be more difficult to discover; an insensible person may show signs of life, while sometimes only close examination will disclose marks of violence. Pallor is ordinarily a mark of fear; but in some brave natures it is simply a characteristic of intense earnestness. Mark is sometimes used in a good, but often in a bad sense; we speak of the characteristic of a gentleman, the mark of a villain. Compare ATTRIBUTE; CHARACTER.
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How to use feature in a sentence?
We're left with a feature that looks similar across the world when, in fact, there may have been multiple great unconformities, plural, we may need to change our language if we want to think about the Great Unconformity as being more complicated, forming at different times in different locations and for different reasons.
They have clearly been able to do it on the episodic side, I see no reason why they can't do it on the feature film side, the real challenge will be getting filmmakers in the door who want to make films for Amazon and giving those filmmakers the freedom to make the films that become '12 Years a Slave' or 'Birdman'.
There was no intention of flying within 12 nautical miles of any feature, this was not a freedom of navigation operation.
Marshaling our economic strength is a key feature of defeating the virus, producing the material, supplies and equipment that we need. And they're doing a really fantastic job.
, } Accusers do not tend to fare well in word-on-word clashes. As I have described, skepticism of sexual violence complaints has shape-shifted over time. Yet it remains firmly lodged. The staying power of credibility discounting is a notable feature — perhaps even the dominant feature — of our response to rape.This may be changing. The #MeToo movement is challenging a societal default to doubt, and the past year has brought undeniable progress. Yet even as sexual misconduct complaints are met with newfound receptivity, it is worth noting that lone accusers continue to bear a special burden. ( It seems unlikely that Senate Republicans will ask the FBI to investigate two other accusers' reports against Brett Kavanaugh, or even that they will be asked to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee.) Many survivors of sexual violence are deterred by the likelihood of a swearing contest. But Ford — in the face of death threats — has agreed to appear before Senate Judiciary Committee. Senate Republicans walks into a.
Translations for feature
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- черта, характеризирам, особеност, подчертавам, признак, свойствоBulgarian
- tretCatalan, Valencian
- funkce, rysCzech
- feature, ansigtstræk, trækDanish
- Eigentümlichkeit, Funktion, herausstellen, Feature, Charakteristikum, Merkmal, bieten, Besonderheit, aufweisen, Eigenschaft, Sonderbeitrag, mitspielen, darbieten, Hauptrolle, besonders, FeuilletonGerman
- priorizar, rasgo, protagonizar, característica, aparecerSpanish
- ominaisuus, kasvonpiirre, toiminto, toiminnallisuus, pääjuttu, piirreFinnish
- spécialité, fonctionnalité, particularité, visage, caractéristique, traitFrench
- vonás, arcvonásHungarian
- connotati, caratteristica, lineamenti, tratti somaticiItalian
- eigenschap, benadrukken, laten, trek, met, verslag, bevatten, hoofdartikel, oplichten, gelaatstrekDutch
- habilidade, funcionalidade, priorizar, traço, característicaPortuguese
- particularitate, proprietate, trăsătură, foileton, reportaj, caracteristicăRomanian
- признак, фича, подчёркивать, свойство, подчеркнуть, особенность, черта лица, функцияRussian
- özellik taşımak, baş rôlde oynamakTurkish
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