How to Pronounce feat?

Correct pronunciation for the word "feat" is [fˈiːt], [fˈiːt], [f_ˈiː_t].

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"Feat" in context

Feat is an accomplishment or an impressive act. It is usually remarkable for the skill or bravery required to carry it out. A feat can refer to something physical or intellectual, although the term is most commonly used for physical achievements. Examples of a feat can include climbing a mountain, crossing a desert on foot, winning a race or any other impressive physical accomplishment. The term can also refer to intellectual triumphs such as inventing something new, solving a complex problem or reaching a new milestone in a particular field. Feat is also used to describe a record for a particular achievement, including firsts.

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