- an area of open land, especially one planted with crops or pasture, typically bounded by hedges or fences；a piece of land used for a particular purpose, especially an area marked out for a game or sport
- play as a fielder.；catch or stop (the ball)
- carried out or working in the natural environment, rather than in a laboratory or office；(of military equipment) light and mobile for use on campaign
verb: field, 3rd person present: fields, gerund or present participle: fielding, past tense: fielded, past participle: fielded
noun: field, plural noun: fields
- 1. an area of open land, especially one planted with crops or pasture, typically bounded by hedges or fences a wheat field a field of corn 同義詞
- ▪ a piece of land used for a particular purpose, especially an area marked out for a game or sport a football field 同義詞
- ▪ defensive play or the defensive positions collectively he is fast in the field and on the bases
- ▪ a large area of land or water completely covered in a particular substance, especially snow or ice an ice field
- ▪ an area rich in a natural product, typically oil or gas an oil field
- ▪ a place where a subject of scientific study or of artistic representation can be observed in its natural location or context.
- ▪ an area on which a battle is fought a field of battle
- ▪ archaic a battle many a bloody field was to be fought
- 2. a particular branch of study or sphere of activity or interest we talked to professionals in various fields 同義詞
- ▪ a part of a record, representing an item of data.
- ▪ a general area of meaning within which individual words make particular distinctions.
- 3. a space or range within which objects are visible from a particular viewpoint or through a piece of apparatus the stars drift through this telescope's field of view 同義詞
- 4. all the participants in a contest or sport he destroyed the rest of the field with a devastating injection of speed 同義詞
- 5. an area on a flag with a single background color fifty white stars on a blue field
- ▪ the surface of an escutcheon or of one of its divisions.
- 6. the region in which a particular condition prevails, especially one in which a force or influence is effective regardless of the presence or absence of a material medium.
- ▪ the force exerted or potentially exerted in a field the variation in the strength of the field
- 7. a system subject to two binary operations analogous to those for the multiplication and addition of real numbers, and having similar commutative and distributive laws.
- 1. play as a fielder.
- ▪ catch or stop (the ball) he fielded the ball cleanly, but threw it down the right-field line 同義詞
- 2. send out (a team or individual) to play in a game a high school that traditionally fielded mediocre teams 同義詞
- ▪ (of a political party) nominate (a candidate) to run in an election a radical political party that is beginning to field candidates in local elections
- ▪ deploy (an army) no one had the power to field an army of any consequence 同義詞
- 3. deal with (a difficult question, phone call, etc.) she has fielded five calls from salespeople 同義詞
- 1. carried out or working in the natural environment, rather than in a laboratory or office field observations 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of military equipment) light and mobile for use on campaign field artillery 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ used in names of animals or plants found in the open country, rather than among buildings or as cultivated varieties field ant
- ▪ denoting a game played outdoors on a marked field.