Meaning of “field house” in the English Dictionary

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"field house" in British English

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field housenoun [ C ]

/ˈfiːld ˌhɑʊs/ /ˈfiːld ˌhɑʊs/ US

a building, especially in a university, where sports events can be held inside and where there is equipment that can be used for exercising:

Drake University’s field house seats 12,500 people.

(Definition of “field house” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"field house" in American English

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field housenoun [ C ]

/ˈfild ˌhɑʊs/

a building esp. in a university where sports events can be held inside and where there is equipment that can be used in exercising:

Drake University’s field house seats 12,500 people.

(Definition of “field house” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)