Definition of through-feed in English:

through-feed

noun

Mechanics
  • The action or process of passing something right through a piece of equipment, apparatus, etc.; especially (in centreless grinding) movement of a workpiece right through the space between the two grinding wheels.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Journal of the Franklin Institute. From through- + feed.

Pronunciation

through-feed

/ˈθruːfiːd/