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Meaning of “field day” - Learner’s Dictionary

field day

noun    
have a field day
to have the opportunity to do a lot of something you want to do, especially to criticize someone: The press had a field day when they found out about the scandal.Opportunity Freedom to act
Translations of “field day”
in Chinese (Traditional) (學生的)體育比賽日,運動會…
in Chinese (Simplified) (学生的)体育比赛日,户外运动日…
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