Featuring [adjective]

Definition of Featuring:

giving prominence to

Opposite/Antonyms of Featuring:


Sentence/Example of Featuring:

One limitation, however, is the fact that the service was limited to third-party services like Uber Eats and Postmates, with no way to order from the restaurant itself — until recently, with the launch of a new feature called Restaurant Direct.

Volvo will combine Luminar’s lidar with cameras, radar, software and back-up systems for functions such as steering, braking and battery power to enable its highway pilot feature.

The company said instead the feature would be added "early next year" to give developers more time to update their apps accordingly.

Apple on Thursday slammed Facebook and other internet giants for their ad targeting practices in response to a letter questioning a decision by the iPhone maker to delay a new privacy feature.

People can test run the personalization feature for three months before deciding whether to green-light it.

Virtual events will be more textured and meaningful as organizers attempt to weave in features that offer a better approximation of the experience of attending a “real” event.

Reworking all of our hands’ greatest features into machines is absolutely daunting.

On the latter point, creators have found it easier to create short-form videos for TikTok than Reels because Instagram continues to add new features and editing options for creators to learn.

My colleague Kristen Bellstrom got to the bottom of what makes Instagram’s shopping experience so powerful in a great feature story a few months ago.

The Fenix 6S Pro Solar has every exercise and adventure-ready feature a person could need.