distinctive characteristic; aspect
face viewed as a whole
special or prominent article or program
full-length film as part of a cinema
be a feature of; make sb/sth a feature
be a feature or attraction; include as a leading preformer
give prominence to
"the map showed roads and other features"
"generosity is one of his best characteristics"
"an expression of pleasure crossed his features"
"his lineaments were very regular"
"the feature tonight is `Casablanca'"
"they ran a feature on retirement planning"
"This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
"she was sporting a new hat"
The king fell much enamoured of her feature.
出自： T. Fuller
She featured her mother's family more than her father's.
出自： J. Hawthorne
How far does cost feature in your plan?
Work features largely in her life.
The economy featured very largely in the Prime Minister's speech.
The success of the flight to the moon was featured in all the papers in editorial and special articles.
The solemn statement was featured in full in the newspapers.
There was worry on her features.
This restaurant features excellent cooking.
In the world of theatre and film the shine has now worn off feature, and a new word has had to be found.