field

n.
cultivated area

1) to plow; till, work a field

2) a corn; wheat field

3) in a field (farmers were working in the fields)

area used for athletic events

4) to take the field

5) a baseball; football, soccer (BE often has pitch); playing field

6) on the field (how many players were on the football field?)

area used as a landing strip

7) a flying, landing field

8) on the field

area used for practical work

9) to work (out) in the field

unbroken expanse
space

10) an open field

11) a visual field

area producing a natural resource

12) a coal; gold; oil field

space in which electric lines of force are present

(physics)

13) an electromagnetic, magnetic field

area of activity

14) in a field (in the field of science)

misc.

15) on the field of honor

* * *
[fiːld]
landing field
magnetic field
oil field
playing field
wheat field
work a field
soccer (BE often has pitch)
['area producing a natural resource'] a coal
['area used as a landing strip'] a flying
['area used for athletic events'] to take the field
['area used for practical work'] to work (out) in the field
['cultivated area'] to plow
['misc. '] on the field of honor
['space in which electric lines of force are present'] (physics) an electromagnetic
['unbroken expanse'] ['space'] an open field
a baseball
a corn
a visual field
on the field
in a field (farmers were working in the fields)
['area of activity'] in a field (in the field of science)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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