feed back to

feed something back to someone

to give or hand something back to someone. We fed the rope back to those in line behind us. Feed back the papers to the clerk.
See also: back, feed, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is a forum that feeds back to the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce who in turn feed back to Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP.
As Birmingham photographer Jas Sansi pointed out in an online response to Arthur J, the IAB is not defined by race or ethnicity it feeds back to the Chamber who in turn feed back to Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP.
Trainees also train the trainers by giving feed back to them, he remarked.
Members also plan to monitor the area and feed back to local police and approach youth group Cafe 100 to discuss potential projects at the 'Rec'.
Their prototype is about the size of half a kitchen table--"a flying platform"--weighing 15 to 20 pounds and equipped with distance-measuring sensors, infra-red lights and cameras with video feed back to an operator who can view the images on a lap-top.
Every 11 seconds, transducers in the controller feed back to the computer new information on the resident's position in the chair.