feat, effort, exploit(noun)
a notable achievement
"he performed a great feat"; "the book was her finest effort"
A relatively rare or difficult accomplishment.
an act; a deed; an exploit
a striking act of strength, skill, or cunning; a trick; as, feats of horsemanship, or of dexterity
to form; to fashion
dexterous in movements or service; skillful; neat; nice; pretty
Origin: [OE. fet, OF. fet, fait, F. fait, factum, fr. L. facere, factum, to make or do. Cf. Fact, Feasible, Do.]
In the d20 System, a feat is one type of ability a character may gain through level progression. Feats are different from skills in that characters can vary in competency with skills, while feats typically provide set bonuses to or new ways to use existing abilities. Feats were first implemented in the d20 System-premiering Dungeons and Dragons Third Edition, and were carried over into the current Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Edition as well as most other d20-based role playing games. The addition of feats has generally been received approvingly by players, though some criticize a perceived focus on combat and potential for abuse by powergamers. Characters typically start with one feat and gain one feat at each subsequent level which is evenly divisible by 3. Human characters typically start with an additional feat. Many feats have prerequisite levels, base attack bonuses, or other skills, feats or abilities which must be obtained before they can be acquired.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
fēt, n. a deed manifesting extraordinary strength, skill, or courage.—v.t. (Shak.) to fashion.—adj. neat, deft.—adj. Feat′eous, dexterous, neat.—adv. Feat′ly, neatly, dexterously—(Spens.) Feat′eously. [Fr. fait—L. factum—L. facĕre, to do.]
Feat is an accomplishment that has been finished.
Feat is a title deed or legal document.
Compositor a person who sets type.
Compositor is the one who adjust the typewriter that includes to type.
The numerical value of FEAT in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of FEAT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
An idea is a feat of association.
Being productive at that age is a remarkable feat and it's hard to fathom that he could really do it.
Life only demands from you the strength you possess. Only one feat is possible - not to have run away.
It's got gravitas, elegance and the perfect amount of yummy uplift that's worthy of the marvelous feat you've just accomplished.
I didn't even think I got it, i hit it and thought,' Oh, no !' It is a pretty cool feat. Just me and Frank Robinson to do that in a Reds uniform. That's awesome.
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- kousek, čin, výkonCzech
- Leistung, MeisterstückGerman
- cleasScottish Gaelic
- bravúr, hőstettHungarian
- prodezza, impresaItalian
- verwezenlijking, prestatieDutch
- wyczyn, osiągnięciePolish
- podvig, postignuće, podhvat, činSerbo-Croatian
- 技艺, 技藝Chinese
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