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feeder

Defined in the context of fat fetishism, a person who derives sexuoerotic or emotional gratification from feeding his or her partner.

feeder

A device used to introduce nutrition into the mouth of an infant who has difficulty eating, sucking, or swallowing (e.g., a child with a cleft lip or palate).

feeder

abbreviation for self-feeders. Used in feeding groups of animals at intervals of several days. Feed has to be dry and comminuted so that it will run down the spouts from the hopper into the troughs.

magnetic feeder
a self-feeding device in which a feed hopper is triggered to deliver a particular quantity of feed depending on the signal received from a transponder worn by an individual cow. The feeders are normally closed and will open only for cows carrying the transponder, and deliver either a set amount of feed to all cows or an amount specified in the particular cow's signal.
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