Definition of feedback noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

     

    feedback

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    BrE BrE//ˈfiːdbæk//
     
    ; NAmE NAmE//ˈfiːdbæk//
     
    [uncountable] Online shopping
     
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  1. 1advice, criticism or information about how good or useful something or somebody’s work is I'd appreciate some feedback on my work. The teacher will give you feedback on the test. We need both positive and negative feedback from our customers. See related entries: Online shopping
  2. 2the unpleasant noise produced by electrical equipment such as an amplifier when some of the power returns to the system More Like This Uncountable nouns often used wrongly accommodation, advice, chewing gum, feedback, furniture, equipment, information, luggage, news, progress, softwareSee worksheet.
  3. Extra examplesI’ve had a lot of very constructive feedback from the students about this. The Internet can be a useful source of customer feedback. The the facilitator offers verbal feedback to each student. The writer gets no immediate feedback and simply has to imagine the reader’s reaction. They will be given feedback on their performance. I’d appreciate some feedback on my work.
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