Definition of outfeed in US English:

outfeed

adjective

Woodworking
  • Of, relating to, or involved in the feeding out of wood from a machine after cutting (or occasionally other treatment); of or relating to that part of a table-saw or other machine worktop that is behind the blade or cutter.

Origin

1970s; earliest use found in Timber Trades Journal. From out- + feed.

Pronunciation

outfeed

/ˈaʊtfiːd/