to be fed

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English - Turkish
beslenmek
yedirilmek
fed
{f} besle

Onlar bir siyah ve bir beyaz köpeği beslediler. - They fed a black and a white dog.

Onun evinde,domuzlar mutfak çöpüyle beslenirdi. - In her home, kitchen garbage was fed to the pigs.

be fed
beslenmek
fed
beslenmek

Amazon, çok sayıda kollardan beslenmektedir. - The Amazon is fed by a large number of tributaries.

fed
beslenmiş
fed
(Ticaret) federal rezerv sistemi
fed
bıkkın
FED
(Ekonomi) (Kısaltma: The Federal Reserve System) Amerikan Merkez Bankası
fed
(Ticaret) abd'nin merkez bankası
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f., bak. feed
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federe devlet
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federasyon

Bosna-Hersek Federasyonu on tane kantondan oluşur. - The Federation Bosnia-Herzegovina consists of ten cantons.

Bayanlar ve baylar, Sretensky Manastırı Korosu tarafından icra edilen Rusya Federasyonu ulusal marşı için lütfen ayağa kalkın. - Ladies and gentlemen, please stand for the national anthem of the Russian Federation performed by the Sretensky Monastery Choir.

fed
federal ajan
fed
feed sağla/beslen/besle
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of to be fed in Turkish Turkish dictionary

fed
Kül içinde pişirilen ekmek
English - English

Definition of to be fed in English English dictionary

FED
Federal Reserve System. Alternative spelling of Fed

Consolidates the Federal Reserve Banks (FED) and monetary authority functions undertaken by the central government.

FED
field emission display
Fed
The Federal Reserve Board or System
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A federal government officer or official
fed
Simple past tense and past participle of feed
Fed
The Federal Reserve Board/System
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{s} nourished; provided with food
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Federal SOHC -Single Over Head Camshaft
fed
(Japan) Research and Development Association for Future Electron Devices
fed
forward entry device
fed
past of feed
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Agent of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics; cf Narc
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… Short for the Federal Reserve System – The central banking system of the U S , supervised by the Federal Reserve Board, which determines the prime interest rate
fed
Fed is the past tense and past participle of feed. See also fed up
fed
The United States Federal Reserve
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A slang expression referring to the U S Federal Reserve Board
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Federal Reserve
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any federal law-enforcement officer
fed
eral Computer Incident Response Capability
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The United States Federal Reserve System federal funds rate The rate the Fed charges its members on uncollateralized loans
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Abbreviation for Federal Reserve System of the United States In the domestic context Fed usually refers to its board of governors or to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
fed
The United States Federal Reserve Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Membership is compulsory for Federal Reserve members The corporation had deep involvement in the Savings and Loans crisis of the late 80s
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the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state charted commercial banks and some trust companies; "the Fed seeks to control the United States economy by raising and lowering short-term interest rates and the money supply"
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Short for the US Federal Reserve, the US central bank
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Federal Reserve, the US Central Banking system, established in 1913 and responsible for managing the US Dollar, both within and outside the US
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European Development Fund (Fonds Europeens de Developpement)
fed
Indicates if the employee is subject to Federal Withholdings This field is set to "Y" for all employees Values
fed
The feds are federal agents, for example of the American security agency, the FBI, or of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Past tense and past participle of feed. fed up. a police officer in the FBI
fed
A slang expression referring to the U S Federal Reserve Bank
fed
of Feed
fed
nourished
Turkish - English

Definition of to be fed in Turkish English dictionary

fed
(Ticaret) federal reserve banks
to be fed

    Hyphenation

    to be Fed

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı bi fed

    Pronunciation

    /tə bē ˈfed/ /tə biː ˈfɛd/

    Etymology

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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