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Meaning of “playing field” - Learner’s Dictionary

playing field

noun [C]    
an area of land used for sports such as footballSurfaces on which sports take place
Translations of “playing field”
in Korean 운동장, 경기장…
in Arabic مَلْعَب…
in Portuguese campo de esportes…
in Catalan camp d’esports…
in Japanese 競技場, 運動場…
in Italian campo sportivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 運動場…
in Russian спортивная площадка, поле…
in Turkish futbol/oyun sahası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 运动场…
in Polish boisko…
(Definition of playing field from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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