field

field
fi:ld
1. noun
1) (a piece of land enclosed for growing crops, keeping animals etc: Our house is surrounded by fields.) campo
2) (a wide area: playing fields (= an area for games, sports etc).) campo, cancha
3) (a piece of land etc where minerals or other natural resources are found: an oil-field; a coalfield.) yacimiento
4) (an area of knowledge, interest, study etc: in the fields of literature/economic development; her main fields of interest.) campo, terreno
5) (an area affected, covered or included by something: a magnetic field; in his field of vision.) campo
6) (an area of battle: the field of Waterloo; (also adjective) a field-gun.) campo de batalla

2. verb
((in cricket, basketball etc) to catch (the ball) and return it.) parar y devolver
- fieldwork
field n campo
a football field un campo de fútbol
field
tr[fiːld]
noun
1 (gen) campo
a corn field un campo de maíz
they work in the fields trabajan en los campos
our school has a sports field nuestra escuela tiene un campo de deportes
2 (for mining) yacimiento
3 SMALLMILITARY/SMALL campo
the field of battle el campo de batalla
4 (subject, area) campo, terreno
he's famous in the field of politics es famoso en el campo de la política
what's your field? ¿cuál es tu especialidad?
that's outside my field eso no es de mi competencia
5 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (competitors) competidores nombre masculino plural; (horses) participantes nombre masculino plural
6 SMALLTECHNICAL/SMALL campo
a magnetic field un campo magnético
the earth's gravitational field el campo gravitacional de la tierra
our field of vision nuestro campo visual
transitive verb
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL parar y devolver
intransitive verb
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL parar y devolver la pelota
transitive verb
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (select to play) presentar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to have a field day familiar (enjoyment) divertirse mucho, estar encantado,-a 2 (financially) hacer su agosto
to play the field salir con mucha gente
to take the field salir al campo
field day SMALLMILITARY/SMALL día nombre masculino de maniobras
field event SMALLSPORT/SMALL prueba de atletismo
field glasses gemelos nombre masculino plural, prismáticos nombre masculino plural
field gun cañón nombre masculino de campaña
field hockey hockey nombre masculino sobre hierba
field marshall mariscal nombre masculino de campo
field officer oficial nombre masulino o femenino superior
field sports caza y pesca
field trip viaje nombre masculino de estudios
field work trabajo de campo
field worker trabajador,-ra de campo
field ['fi:ld] vt
: interceptar y devolver (una pelota), presentar (un candidato), sortear (una pregunta)
field adj
: de campaña, de campo
field hospital: hospital de campaña
field goal: gol de campo
field trip: viaje de estudio
field n
1) : campo m (de cosechas, de batalla, de magnetismo)
2) : campo m, cancha f (en deportes)
3) : campo m (de trabajo), esfera f (de actividades)
field (Computing)
n.
campo (Informática) s.m.
n.
campiña s.f.
campo s.m.
pradera s.f.
prado s.m.
redonda s.f.
terreno s.m.
tierra de labor s.f.
v.
prensar v.
recoger v.
fiːld
I
noun
1) (Agr) (for crops) campo m; (for grazing) campo m, prado m, potrero m (AmL)

a field of corn/wheat — un maizaligal

2) (Sport)
a) (area of play) campo m, cancha f (AmL)
b) (competitors) (+ sing o pl vb)

Brown was leading the field — Brown iba a la cabeza de los participantes (or corredores etc), Brown llevaba la delantera

our products lead the field — nuestros productos son los líderes del mercado

to play the field — (colloq) tantear el terreno (fam)

3) (Mil) also

field of battle — campo m de batalla

4)
a) (of study, work) campo m; (of activities) esfera f

my field is 20th century poetry — mi especialidad es la poesía del siglo XX

b) (of practical operations) campo m

it has been tested in the field — se ha probado sobre el terreno; (before n) <research, survey> de campo

5) (Opt, Phot, Phys) campo m

field of vision — campo visual

magnetic field — campo magnético


II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (Sport) \<\<ball\>\> fildear, interceptar y devolver*
b) \<\<question\>\> sortear
2)
a) (Sport) \<\<team\>\> alinear
b) \<\<candidates\>\> presentar

2.
vi (in baseball, cricket) fildear, interceptar y devolver* la pelota
[fiːld]
1. N
1) (Agr) campo m ; (=meadow) prado m ; (Geol) yacimiento m
2) (Sport) campo m , terreno m de juego, cancha f (LAm); (=participants) participantes mpl ; (for post) opositores mpl , candidatos mpl

is there a strong field? — ¿se ha presentado gente buena?

to lead the field — (Sport, Comm) llevar la delantera

to take the field — (Sport) salir al campo, saltar al terreno de juego

- play the field
3) (=sphere of activity) campo m , esfera f

field of activity — esfera f de actividades, campo m de acción

my particular field — mi especialidad

it's not my field — no es mi campo or especialidad, no es lo mío

what's your field? — ¿qué especialidad tiene Vd?

in the field of painting — en el campo or mundo de la pintura

to be the first in the field — ser líder en su campo

4) (=real environment)

a year's trial in the field — un año de prueba en el mercado

to study sth in the field — estudiar algo sobre el terreno

5) (Comput) campo m
6) (Mil) campo m

field of battle — campo m de batalla

to die in the field — morir en combate

7) (Elec etc) campo m

field of vision — campo m visual

8) (Heraldry) campo m
2.
VI (Baseball, Cricket) fildear
3.
VT (Sport) [+ team] alinear; (Baseball, Cricket) [+ ball] recoger, fildear; (fig) [+ question] sortear
4.
CPD

field day N — (Mil) día m de maniobras

- have a field day

field event N — concurso m (atlético) de salto/lanzamiento

field glasses NPL(=binoculars) gemelos mpl

field goal N — (Basketball) tiro m de campo; (US) (Ftbl) gol m de campo

field hockey N(US) hockey m (sobre hierba)

field gun N — cañón m de campaña

field hand N(US) jornalero(-a) m / f

field hospital N — hospital m de campaña

field kitchen N — cocina f de campaña

field marshal N(Brit) mariscal m de campo, capitán m general del ejército

field officer N — oficial mf superior

field sports NPLla caza y la pesca

field study N — estudio m de campo

field test, field trial N — (Comm) prueba f de mercado

field-test

field trip N — viaje m or excursión f de estudios

field work N — (Sociol etc) trabajo m de campo

field worker N — investigador(a) m / f de campo

* * *
[fiːld]
I
noun
1) (Agr) (for crops) campo m; (for grazing) campo m, prado m, potrero m (AmL)

a field of corn/wheat — un maizal/trigal

2) (Sport)
a) (area of play) campo m, cancha f (AmL)
b) (competitors) (+ sing o pl vb)

Brown was leading the field — Brown iba a la cabeza de los participantes (or corredores etc), Brown llevaba la delantera

our products lead the field — nuestros productos son los líderes del mercado

to play the field — (colloq) tantear el terreno (fam)

3) (Mil) also

field of battle — campo m de batalla

4)
a) (of study, work) campo m; (of activities) esfera f

my field is 20th century poetry — mi especialidad es la poesía del siglo XX

b) (of practical operations) campo m

it has been tested in the field — se ha probado sobre el terreno; (before n) <research, survey> de campo

5) (Opt, Phot, Phys) campo m

field of vision — campo visual

magnetic field — campo magnético


II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (Sport) \<\<ball\>\> fildear, interceptar y devolver*
b) \<\<question\>\> sortear
2)
a) (Sport) \<\<team\>\> alinear
b) \<\<candidates\>\> presentar

2.
vi (in baseball, cricket) fildear, interceptar y devolver* la pelota

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