feed to

feed something to someone

Fig. to tell someone lies. Don't try to feed that nonsense to me! I know it isn't so. Please don't feed any of those lies to Mark.
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feed something to (someone or an animal)

to give someone or an animal food. Don't feed pizza to the baby. I fed the leftover turkey to the dog.
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References in classic literature ?
These piteous wrecks that are my comrades here say we have reached the bottom of the scale, the final humiliation; they say that when a horse is no longer worth the weeds and discarded rubbish they feed to him, they sell him to the bull-ring for a glass of brandy, to make sport for the people and perish for their pleasure.
Further studies are necessary to document the precise contribution of contaminated animal feed to human illness.
Their stated goal: to reduce salmonella contamination in feed to zero.
But there's no doubt that salmonella can work its way from feed to dinner plate.
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Once subscribers choose an IMN customer's RSS feed to be included in their aggregation service, headlines and abstracts of online content published by that customer will be downloaded into the subscribers' aggregation directory page.