Significado de “brownfield” - Diccionario inglés

brownfield en inglés británico

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brownfieldadjective [ before noun ]

uk /ˈbraʊn.fiːld/ us /ˈbraʊn.fiːld/ UK

used to refer to an area of land in a town or city that was previously used for industry and where new buildings can be built:

Planners are committed to developing the city's brownfield sites before granting permission to build on the rural outskirts.

(Definición de brownfield de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

brownfield en inglés de negocios

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brownfieldnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈbraʊnfiːld/ us UK usually brownfield site ENVIRONMENT

an area in a town or city that has been used in the past for factories or offices, and that could now be used for new building development:

Officials have identified 15 brownfields that take up 40 acres of land inside the city limits.
adjective [ before noun ]

(Definición de brownfield de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)