A federal agent or official, esp. a member of the FBI
I don't think he has any friends since he ratted to the Feds
Federal: any federal law-enforcement officer
Federal Reserve System: the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state-chartered commercial banks and some trust companies; "the Fed seeks to control the United States economy by raising and lowering short-term interest rates ...
(feeding) eating: the act of consuming food
The FED is a Soviet rangefinder camera, mass produced from 1934 until around 1990, and also the name of the factory that made it.
"Fed" is the eleventh episode of the twentieth season of NBC's long-running legal drama Law & Order.
The Federalist Paper, known more recently as The Fed, is a tabloid-sized (as opposed to broadsheet) newspaper published every three weeks at Columbia University in New York City. Founded in 1986 by Neil M. Gorsuch, Andrew Levy and P.T. ...
Feds is a 1988 comedy film written and directed by Daniel Goldberg, and starring Rebecca De Mornay and Mary Gross.
(Feds (TV series)) Feds was a short-lived television series that aired on HBO from March 5, 1997 to November 12, 1997. It was created by Dick Wolf, the creator of Law & Order, and starred Blair Brown and Dylan Baker. Michael S. Chernuchin was also an executive producer for the project.
(Feeding) Eating is the ingestion of food to provide for all humans and animals nutritional needs, particularly for energy and growth. Animals and other heterotrophs must eat in order to survive: carnivores eat other animals, herbivores eat plants, and omnivores consume a mixture of both. ...
field emission display; Federal Reserve System. Alternative spelling of Fed
(Feds) Usually used in the United States to refer to higher federal law enforcement agencies, especially the F.B.I.
(FEDS) Facility Energy Decision System
(Feds) Federal law enforcement agents. In pre-Prohibition days, Mafia-feared Feds were agents of the Secret Service, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and the Postal Inspection Service. During Prohibition, they were agents of the Treasury Department. ...
(Feds) The police, pigs, blue…
(Feds) a term in widespread use around the West Midlands area, especially Birmingham. Derogatory slang, used mainly by white youths, possibly down to influence of imported US television programmes.
(Feeding) At some point during a long road race it is necessary for riders to replace expended energy. Riders are given a "musette," a small cloth bag, containing food and water bottles. ...
(Feeding) Passing the ball to a teammate who is in the position for a shot on goal.
(Feeding) The process of supplying molten metal to compensate for volume shrinkage while the casting is solidifying.
(FEEDING) Pets will be fed, where possible, with the same diet as 'at home' and nominally at their usual feed times. Where the pets normal food is not stocked clients should provide sufficient 'own food' for the duration of the stay. ...
(Feeding) As spiders digest food externally, they ingest liquids only. After catching prey, they bite holes into the body wall and exude enzymes into and onto prey. The enzymes convert the prey's tissues to a soup, which is then sucked up.
(Feeding) Be sure the right baby gets the right milk
(Feeding) The act of consuming blood (or, in the case of psi or energy vampires, pranic energy) from someone (or an animal). (See also the "Hunger", the "Thirst", and the "Need".)
(Feeding) The act of dressing a mojo bag with oil, or a lodestone with oil/magnetic sand to nourish it and keep it strong to work for you.
(Feeding) The action of forcing successive cartridges from a firearms magazine into its chamber.
(Feeding) The patient is considered markedly restricted in feeding if all or substantially all the time, he or she: