English → English - field

n. area; domain, range; piece of land; space designated for an item of information in a record (Computers); surface; land designated for sports; composition of players; layer; area where a battle takes place; battle
v. go onto the field, take the field (about a sports team); receive the ball
adj. of an open area of ground

English → Spanish - field

s. campo, prado; dominio, área, campo de acción, campo de actividad; (inform.) campo, detalle de información de un récord o registro
v. presentar (un equipo deportivo); parar y devolver la pelota
adj. del campo, del terreno

English → French - field

n. champ, domaine, inducteur (auto), terrain (droit), zone; composition d'une équipe; champ de bataille; bataille; champ, zone, trame
v. monter au terrain (équipe sportive); botter le ballon
adj. relatif à un champ

English → German - field

n. Feld, Bereich; Landbereich; Kampffeld, Kampf; Oberfläche; (Comput) Feld, Informationsposten in einer Liste
v. auf das Spielfeld treten (einer Sportgruppe); Ball fangen
adj. Feld betreffend

English → Indonesian - field

n. ladang, tanah lapang, padang, sawah, pel, lapangan, alun-alun, pemain: para pemain, tambang, gelanggang, pertempuran, dasar, bidang, medan
v. menangkap dan mengembalikan bola, menjawab dgn tangkas

English → Italian - field

s. campo (anche inform.); campo; superficie; campo di battaglia; (inform.) campo, unità informativa nel programma
v. (Sport) prendere e rilanciare; fare scendere in campo
agg. campi, campagna

English → Polish - field

n. pole, niwa, tor, obszar, zagon, dziedzina, zakres, rynek
a. polny, polowy

English → Portuguese - field

s. campo; área delimitada, área; (informática) campo, detalhe da informação no seu registro; superfície; quadra; formação de jogadores; pasto; campo de batalha; combate
v. botar em campo (time de futebol, por exemplo); recepcionar bola
adj. campo, campina

English → Romanian - field

n. câmp, ogor, teren, loc, întindere, cuprins, plai, suprafaţă, solă, târlă, regiune, sector, bazin, sferă, branşă, domeniu, câmp de luptă, bătălie, expediţie militară, fond, culoare de fond, participant: participanţii la o competiţie, loc de concurenţi, arenă, vânătoare
a. câmpenesc

English → Russian - field

с. поле, луг; пространство, равнина; спортивная площадка; месторождение [геол.]; поле боя, поле действия; область, сфера деятельности, поприще; фон, грунт; место предназначенное для ввода определенной информации [комп.]
прил. полевой

English → Turkish - field

f. sahaya çıkarmak, cevabı yapıştırmak, top atmak (kriket)
i. tarla, otlak, bilgi alanı, kır, alan, bilim dalı, saha, çalışma alanı, savaş alanı

English → Ukrainian - field

n. поле, ділянка, майдан, лан, промисел
a. польовий, похідний

English → Dutch - field

zn. veld (ook in computers); omgeving; gebied; (in computers) veld, een bepaald deel, een bepaald veld; voetbalveld, samenstelling van spelers; slagveld
ww. in het veld brengen, inzetten (v. team); terugspelen van bal
bn. v.h. veld, v.d. akker

English → Greek - field

ουσ. αγρός, φέουδο, πεδίο, χωράφι

English → Arabic - field

‏ملعب، حقل، حقل بترول، ميدان، مجال، صعيد، غيط حقل، ساحة، ساحة المعركة، نطاق، باب‏
‏حقلي، ميداني‏

English → Chinese - field

(名) 领域, 范围, 领地; 场地, 田地; 被指定为记录里信息项目的空间 (计算机用语); 表面; 用于运动的场地; 游戏者的作品; 层次; 打仗的场地, 战场; 战斗
(动) 使上场; 担任场外队员
(形) 田间的; 野外的; 野生的

English → Chinese - field

(名) 領域, 場地, 田地
(動) 使上場; 擔任場外隊員
(形) 田間的; 野外的; 野生的

English → Hindi - field

n. क्षेत्र, मैदान, खेत, भूमि, रणभूमि, विस्तार
a. खेती का

English → Japanese - field

(動) 捌く; 守備につく; 出場させる
(名) 畑; とうもろこし畑, 麦畑; 牧草地; 野原, 広原; 広場; 一面; 競技場; 場所; 範囲; (コンピュータ)フィールド
(形) 野外…; 実地の; 野戦の; フィールドの

English → Korean - field

명. 벌판, 들판, 들, 벌, 벌판 같이 펼쳐진 곳, 밭, 논밭, 지면, 경기장, 산지, 싸움터, 싸움, 바탕, 분야, 장, 전경기자, 야
형. 현장의, 필드의

English → Vietnamese - field

n. cánh đồng, đồng ruộng, vùng đất, chiến trường, sân banh, khoảng rộng, thương trường, chổ tiêu thụ

Definition of field

1. All the competitors in a particular contest or sporting event.
2. All of the horses in a particular horse race.
3. (mathematics) a set of elements such that addition and multiplication are commutative and associative and multiplication is distributive over addition and there are two elements 0 and 1.
The set of all rational numbers is a field.
4. (computer science) a set of one or more adjacent characters comprising a unit of information.
5. A branch of knowledge.
In what discipline is his doctorate?.
Teachers should be well trained in their subject.
Anthropology is the study of human beings.
6. The area that is visible (as through an optical instrument).
7. A particular kind of commercial enterprise.
They are outstanding in their field.
8. A place where planes take off and land.
9. A region in which active military operations are in progress.
The army was in the field awaiting action.
He served in the Vietnam theater for three years.
10. Somewhere (away from a studio or office or library or laboratory) where practical work is done or data is collected.
Anthropologists do much of their work in the field.
11. A piece of land cleared of trees and usually enclosed.
He planted a field of wheat.
12. A piece of land prepared for playing a game.
The home crowd cheered when Princeton took the field.
13. A region where a battle is being (or has been) fought.
They made a tour of Civil War battlefields.
14. A geographic region (land or sea) under which something valuable is found.
The diamond fields of South Africa.
15. Extensive tract of level open land.
They emerged from the woods onto a vast open plain.
He longed for the fields of his youth.
16. The space around a radiating body within which its electromagnetic oscillations can exert force on another similar body not in contact with it.
17. A particular environment or walk of life.
His social sphere is limited.
It was a closed area of employment.
He's out of my orbit.
18. Catch or pick up (balls) in baseball or cricket.
19. Play as a fielder.
20. Answer adequately or successfully.
The lawyer fielded all questions from the press.
21. Select (a team or individual player) for a game.
The Buckeyes fielded a young new quarterback for the Rose Bowl.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: fielding
Present: field (3.person: fields)
Past: fielded
Future: will field
Present conditional: would field
Present Perfect: have fielded (3.person: has fielded)
Past Perfect: had fielded
Future Perfect: will have fielded
Past conditional: would have fielded
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