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Translation of "field" - English-Spanish dictionary

field

noun   /ˈfiːld/
A2 an area of land used for growing crops or keeping animals campo, prado
B1 an area of grass where you can play a sport campo a football field
an area of study or activity campo He’s an expert in the field of chemistry.
verb   /ˈfiːld/
to try to catch or stop a ball after it has been hit in a game such as cricket or baseball atrapar la pelota Are we fielding or batting?
(Definition of field from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

field

noun /fiːld/
a piece of land enclosed for growing crops, keeping animals etc campo Our house is surrounded by fields.
a wide area campo, cancha playing fields (= an area for games, sports etc).
a piece of land etc where minerals or other natural resources are found yacimiento an oil-field a coalfield.
an area of knowledge, interest, study etc campo, terreno in the fields of literature/economic development her main fields of interest.
an area affected, covered or included by something campo a magnetic field in his field of vision.
an area of battle campo de batalla the field of Waterloo (also adjective) a field-gun.
fielding noun
(in cricket, basketball etc) the activity of catching (the ball) and returning it. respondiendo
field glasses noun plural
binoculars. gemelos, prismáticos
field hockey noun
(American ) a game played on grass by two teams of 11 players using curved sticks and a small hard ball; hockey(British) hockey sobre césped
field trip noun
a visit by students to learn about something in its natural environment rather than in a classroom salida de campo a geography field trip.
fieldwork noun
work done outside the laboratory, office etc (eg collecting information). trabajo de campo
(Definition of field from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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