Definition of 'battlefield'
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The kitchen is the battlefield of family life. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The battlefield can leave mental as well as physical scars. The Sun (2009)Specialist companies have a number of battlefield tours accompanied by experts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Its most important feature for me as a former battlefield commander is that each soldier can tell instantly where his fellows are. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He took part in battlefield tours in northwest Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For some, battlefield tours are a way of following in the footsteps of their ancestors. The Sun (2015)The Lynx carry four passengers and are used for reconnaissance and to ferry commanders around the battlefield. The Sun (2009)Moments after the force boarded a Chinook to leave the battlefield the aircraft crashed into the main bazaar. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not a single person who is fleeing from the battlefield of Syria will be helped by this plan. Times, Sunday Times (2015)US commanders demanded that the militias leave the battlefield. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your life is a battlefield. Christianity Today (2000)You are the battlefield commander. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We met in 1970 on a battlefield tour that covered the areas of fighting in the days before Dunkirk. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The idea of a battlefield tour is, of course, a handy way to move audiences around a site. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'battlefield'
British English: battlefield NOUN
A battlefield is a place where a battle is fought.
They were forced to leave the battlefield under cover of darkness.
Definition of battlefield from the Collins English Dictionary
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