[C]特徵,特色 distinctive characteristic; aspect
[P]面貌,相貌 face viewed as a whole；
a part of your face such as your eyes, nose, or mouth
[C]特寫,專題節目 special or prominent article or program
[C](電影的)正片,故事片 full-length film as part of a cinema
be a feature of; make sb/sth a feature
vt. & vi. 占重要位置
be a feature or attraction; include as a leading preformer
vt. 刊載 give prominence to
過去式: featured過去分詞: featured現在分詞: featuring第三人稱單數: features
- 及物動詞：以 ... 為特色
- 相貌，面貌， 容貌
- 使有特色， 以…為特色，是…的特色
- an important part or aspect of something；
"the map showed roads and other features"
"generosity is one of his best characteristics"
- a part of your face such as your eyes, nose, or mouth；
"an expression of pleasure crossed his features"
"his lineaments were very regular"
- the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater;
"the feature tonight is `Casablanca'"
- a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine;
"they ran a feature on retirement planning"
- (linguistics) a distinctive characteristic of a linguistic unit that serves to distinguish it from other units of the same kind
- an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles
- have as a feature;
"This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
- wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner;
"she was sporting a new hat"
- Their candor is a very pleasingfeature.
- Wet weather is afeatureof life in this area.
- Her mouth is her bestfeature.
- The local newspaper ran afeatureon child labor.
- Jazz and Bluesfeatureprominently in the magazine.
- feature in (v.+prep.)
(cause to) take an important part in (sth)feature in sth
①My favourite actress is featuring in a new movie.
②How far does cost feature in your plan?
③Work features largely in her life.
④The economy featured very largely in the Prime Minister's speech.
- 用於 be ～ed 結構
①The success of the flight to the moon was featured in all the papers in editorial and special articles.
②The solemn statement was featured in full in the newspapers.