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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeatfeat /fiːt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  DOsomething that is an impressive achievement, because it needs a lot of skill, strength etc to doremarkable/considerable/incredible etc feat They climbed the mountain in 28 days, a remarkable feat.feat of an incredible feat of engineeringperform/accomplish/achieve a feat the woman who performed the feat of sailing around the world aloneno mean feat (=something that is difficult to do) It is no mean feat to perform such a difficult piece.
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featHe led his team to victory for the tenth time, a feat no captain had achieved before.The circus acrobats perform amazing feats on the trapeze.In the great outdoors, the merit of any feats become meaningless.acrobatic circus featsUsing the code requires incredible feats of memory.Powell achieved a similar feat, but then resigned.The lucky boy accomplished the feat, and caught the evil, greedy king in a curse at the same time.He proved how difficult this feat is by failing to repeat it at the second time of asking.no mean featWas only beaten once by Tilson and given the game Tillo was having that is no mean feat.Given that there are some 20,000 such fastenings in a boat of this size, this is no mean feat.This is no mean feat as the statute has 108 sections divided into 12 separate parts, together with 15 schedules.On Tuesday Invergordon Distillers reported a marginal improvement in underlying profits, no mean feat given the difficulties facing the whisky sector.The discovery of an effect with such a long latent period was no mean feat of epidemiology.
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