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    Default Interpreting a word

    Hello! Lately I've been wondering about a certain interpretation of the word 'feed'. We all know that it has become widespread over the internet in the past few years as a type of 'broadcast' of information. Can it be interpreted also as article or news material for example?

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    Default Re: Interpreting a word

    Words can and do accrue new meanings. It is possible that this is becoming an accepted meaning, though it is not one I have met.

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