Definition of feed-in in English:

feed-in

adjective

  • That serves to feed or guide material into a machine, device, etc.

noun

  • Designating payments made by energy providers for electricity supplied to the network by households or businesses equipped with renewable energy technology; of or relating to such payments.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Official Gazette. From feed + in.

Pronunciation

feed-in

/ˈfiːdɪn/