a piece of cleared land used for pasture or growing cropsThey went for walks together in the fields.
a marked off area on which sports or athletic competitions are helda football field
an area of human activity or knowledgeThey are both experts in their field.
She was involved in every area of the project.
department (informal), ,
Sorry, I don't know – that's not my department.
They deny that any of their territory is under rebel control.
appropriate topics for the new discipline of political science
province, , ,
Opera remained largely the province of the aristocracy.
the sphere of international politics
the great experimenters in the domain of art
sphere of influence,
the British or American spheres of influence
That, however, was beyond the purview of the court; it was a diplomatic matter.
This was not her métier, and she was clearly frightened.
sphere of activity, ,
sphere of interest,
sphere of study
Our field of vision is surprisingly wide.
all the competitors in a competitionThe two most experienced athletes led the field.
competition, , , , ,
In this business you have to stay one step ahead of the competition.
to deal successfully with (a question or remark)(informal) He fielded questions from journalists.
to send (a player or team) onto the field to playThey intend fielding their strongest team.
related adjective campestral
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in the sense of answer
Did he answer your enquiry?
write back to
in the sense of area
a subject fieldShe was involved in every area of the project.
Video: pronunciation of 'field'
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