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field /fiːld/ noun [countable]


زمین بازی ، توپگیر کریکت ، تمام توپگیران کریکت ، جای گرفتن توپگیران در زمین کریکت هر کدام از دایره های هدف ، فرودگاه ، میدان دید ، زمینه ، رزمی صحرایی ، میدان رزم ، زمین ، دشت ، کشتزار ، دایره ، رشته ، بمیدان یا صحرا رفتن ، پایکار ، علوم مهندسی: حوزه ، کامپیوتر: فیلد ، الکترونیک: میدان ، عمران: کارگاه ، معماری: میدان ، شیمی: میدان ، روانشناسی: رشته ، زیست شناسی: میدانه ، ورزش: میدان ، شکارچیان جز سرپرست و کمکهای او منطقه محصور مسیر مسابقه دو ، علوم هوایی: میدان ، علوم نظامی: صحرا

: field (to keep the)

علوم نظامی: جنگ یا عملیات جنگی را ادامه دادن

: field (to take the)

علوم نظامی: جنگ را اغاز کردن
الکترونیک: میدان ، رشته ، فیلد ، کامپیوتر: میدان ، میدانه ، زیست شناسی: میدان ، شیمی: میدان ، تربیت بدنی: میدان ، حوزه ، علوم مهندسی: زمین بازی ، توپگیر کریکت ، تمام توپگیران کریکت ، جای گرفتن توپگیران در زمین کریکت هر کدام از دایره های هدف ، شکارچیان جز سرپرست و کمکهای او منطقه محصور مسیر مسابقه دو ، ورزشی: فرودگاه ، میدان ، هواپیمایی: دشت ، میدان ، معماری: میدان ، میدان دید ، زمینه ، رزمی صحرایی ، میدان رزم ، صحرا ، علوم نظامی: میدان ، کارگاه ، عمران: میدان ، رشته ، روانشناسی: میدان ، الکترونیک: میدان ، زمین ، صحرا، دشت ، کشتزار، دایره ، رشته ، بمیدان یا صحرا رفتن ، پایکارمیدان ، رشته ، فیلد ، کامپیوتر: میدان ، میدانه ، زیست شناسی: میدان ، شیمی: میدان ، تربیت بدنی: میدان ، حوزه ، علوم مهندسی: زمین بازی ، توپگیر کریکت ، تمام توپگیران کریکت ، جای گرفتن توپگیران در زمین کریکت هر کدام از دایره های هدف ، شکارچیان جز سرپرست و کمکهای او منطقه محصور مسیر مسابقه دو ، ورزشی: فرودگاه ، میدان ، هواپیمایی: دشت ، میدان ، معماری: میدان ، میدان دید ، زمینه ، رزمی صحرایی ، میدان رزم ، صحرا ، علوم نظامی: میدان ، کارگاه ، عمران: میدان ، رشته ، روانشناسی: میدان ، الکترونیک: میدان ، زمین ، صحرا، دشت ، کشتزار، دایره ، رشته ، بمیدان یا صحرا رفتن ، پایکار کامپیوتر: میدان پزشکی: فیلد ، میدان ، رشته‌

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

field
[noun]
Synonyms:
- meadow, grassland, green, lea (poetic), pasture
- competitors, applicants, candidates, competition, contestants, entrants, possibilities, runners
- speciality, area, department, discipline, domain, line, province, territory
[verb]
Synonyms:
- retrieve, catch, pick up, return, stop
- deal with, deflect, handle, turn aside
Contrasted words: terra incognita
Related Words: bounds, confines, limits, area, department, compass, orbit, purview, range, reach, scope, sweep
English Thesaurus: field, stadium, ground, ballpark/park, court, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Field, The trademark
a British magazine which has articles about the countryside, farming, and sports such as polo and cricket. Most people in the UK think The Field is read by rich people who live in the country or own a lot of land there.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. field1 S1 W1 /fiːld/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: feld]

1. FARM an area of land in the country, especially one where crops are grown or animals feed on grass:
a view of green fields and rolling hills
field of
a field of wheat
corn/rice/wheat etc field
working in the cotton fields

2. SUBJECT a subject that people study or an area of activity that they are involved in as part of their work
field of
her work in the field of human rights
Peter’s an expert in his field.
He’s the best-known American outside the field of (=not connected with) politics.

3. SPORT an area of ground where sports are played
a baseball/football/cricket etc field
the local soccer field
on/off the field
The team have had a bad year, both on and off the field.
Fans cheered as the players took the field (=went onto the field).

4. PRACTICAL WORK work or study that is done in the field is done in the real world rather than in a class or laboratory
in the field
His theories have not yet been tested in the field.
field trials/testing/research etcfield trip, fieldwork

5. COMPETITORS
a) all the people, companies, products etc that are competing against each other:
the field of candidates for the election
be ahead of/lead the field (=be doing better than the others)
Germany was leading the field with a figure of 53%.
b) all the horses or runners in a race:
Prince led the field (=was ahead of the others) as they came around the final bend.

6. magnetic/gravitational/force field the area in which a natural force is felt or has an effect:
the Earth’s magnetic field

7. coal/oil/gas field a large area of land where coal, oil, or gas is found:
North Sea oil fields

8. the field (of battle) the time or place where there is fighting in a war:
The new tank has yet to be tested in the field.
medals won on the field of battle

9. field of vision/view the whole area that you are able to see without turning your head

10. snow/ice field a large area of land covered with snow or ice

11. field of fire the area that you can hit when you shoot from a particular position

12. leave the field clear for somebody to make it possible for someone to do something or to be successful at something, by not competing with them:
Josh left the company, leaving the field clear for me.

13. COMPUTERS in a computer document, an amount of space made available for a particular type of information:
an empty field (=not yet written in)
have a field day at field day, ⇒ play the field at play1(29)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. field2 verb [transitive]

1. if you field a team, an army etc, they represent you or fight for you in a competition, election, or war:
The Ecology Party fielded 109 candidates.
We fielded a team of highly talented basketball players.

2. to answer questions, telephone calls etc, especially when there are a lot of them or the questions are difficult:
The Minister fielded questions on the Middle East.
The press office fielded numerous calls from the media.

3. be fielding the team that is fielding in a game of cricket or baseball is the one that is throwing and catching the ball, rather than the one hitting it Antonym : be batting

4. if you field the ball in a game of cricket or baseball, you stop it after it has been hit

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

field
noun
I. on a farm
ADJ. cultivated, green, ploughed looking out on the green fields of Shropshire We had to walk across a ploughed field.
enclosed | open | surrounding | fertile | arable | paddy, rice | corn, wheat, etc.
VERB + FIELD work in People were working in the fields.
cultivate, work Despite the war, they continued to work the fields.
plough | plant He planted fields full of sunflowers.
graze in
PREP. across/through a/the ~ walking across the field
(out) in a/the ~ tractors working out in the field
~ of a field of wheat

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
II. subject/activity
ADJ. chosen, specialist All of them are experts in their chosen field.
research
VERB + FIELD work in people who work in this field
open up This discovery has opened up a whole new field of research.
PREP. in a/the ~ There has been no solid research in this field.
outside a/sb's ~ I can't answer that?I'm afraid it's outside my field (= outside the subject I am studying/know sth about).
~ of now working in the field of computer science
PHRASES an expert/a leader in the field, a field of research/study

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
III. practical work
VERB + FIELD work in
FIELD + NOUN investigation, research, study, trial | methods | trip We went on a geology field trip.
PREP. in the ~ essential reading for those working in the field

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
IV. for playing a sport
ADJ. playing, sports | football, rugby, etc.
VERB + FIELD take Today they take the field (= go on to the field to play a match) against county champions Essex.
PREP. on a/the ~ people walking their dogs on the school's playing field
off the ~ Players need discipline both on and off the field (= when playing and in other areas of their lives).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
V. the field: competitors in a sport/business
ADJ. strong
VERB + FIELD head, lead She managed to head the field across the finishing line of the London Marathon. They lead the field in home entertainment systems.
FIELD + VERB include sb The strong field includes three world record holders.
PREP. ahead of the ~ His superb technique puts him head and shoulders ahead of the field.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
VI. in science
ADJ. electric, electromagnetic, energy, force, gravitational, magnetic the earth's magnetic field
FIELD + NOUN strength

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
VII. computing
ADJ. display, input
VERB + FIELD create You will need to create separate fields for first name, surname and address.
move between the use of keys to move between fields
 ⇒ Special page at COMPUTER

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field

a corn/wheat/rice etc field
In summer the rice fields were lush and green.
an open field
I saw a fox run across the open field.
a green field
All around the house were green fields and rolling hills.
an arable field (=one used for growing crops)
Barley was growing in the arable fields surrounding the castle.
a cultivated field (=one with crops growing on it)
The valley is an area of lush greenery and cultivated fields.
a ploughed field
It was difficult walking across the ploughed field.
a field of corn/wheat/rice etc
The road was surrounded by fields of corn.
plough a field (=make long deep lines in the ground so that you can grow crops)
The farmer was using a tractor to plough the field.
work in the fields (=do farm work)
Most villagers work in the fields during the day.
cross a field
We crossed the field and came to the barn.
walk across a field
I walked across the field to the gate.
cows/horses etc graze in a field (=they eat the grass growing there)
Cattle were grazing in the field below.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

field
fi:ld
See: center field , left field , out in left field , play the field , right field

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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