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Defined by scholars as a compensation or expiatory payment for missing fasting days during Ramadan, where one must pay a serving of food to someone poor person, in addition to making up the missed fasts.
A fast broken deliberately requires a person to either fast 60 consecutive days or feed 60 people. An oath which was made and broken requires a person to fast 3 consecutive days or feed 10 people.