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其中类别ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _field_, _feeld_, _feld_, from Old English _feld_ (“field; open or cultivated land, plain; battlefield”), from Proto-Germanic _*felþuz_, _*felþaz_, _*felþą_ (“field”), from Proto-Indo-European _*pelh₂-_ (“field, plain”). Cognate with Scots _feld_, _feild_ (“field”), North Frisian _fjild_ (“field”), West Frisian _fjild_ (“field”), Dutch _veld_ (“field”), German _Feld_ (“field”), Swedish _fält_ (“field”). Related also to Old English _folde_ (“earth, land, territory”), Old English _folm_ (“palm of the hand”). More at _fold_.

From Middle English field, feeld, feld, from Old English feld (field; open or cultivated land, plain; battlefield), from Proto-Germanic *felþuz, *felþaz, *felþą (field), from Proto-Indo-European *pelh₂- (field, plain). Cognate with Scots feld, feild (field), North Frisian fjild (field), West Frisian fjild (field), Dutch veld (field), German Feld (field), Swedish fält (field). Related also to Old English folde (earth, land, territory), Old English folm (palm of the hand). More at fold.

其中类别ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /fiːld/ * Rhymes: -iːld

  • IPA(key): /fiːld/
  • Rhymes: -iːld

其中类别ENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

FIELD (_plural_ FIELDS) * ​A land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; open country. _There are several species of wild flowers growing in this FIELD._ * ​A wide, open space that is usually used to grow crops or to hold farm animals. _There were some cows grazing in a FIELD._ _A crop circle was made in a corn FIELD._ * Lord Byron (1788-1824) FIELDS which promise corn and wine * The open country near or belonging to a town or city—usually used in plural. * ​A physical phenomenon, such as force, potential, or fluid velocity, that pervades a region. _magnetic FIELD;  gravitational FIELD_ * ​A course of study or domain of knowledge or practice. _He was an expert in the FIELD of Chinese history._ * An area that can be seen at a given time. _FIELD of view_ * ​A place where a battle is fought; a battlefield. * William Shakespeare (1564-1616) this glorious and well-foughten FIELD * John Milton (1608-1674) What though the FIELD be lost? * ​An area reserved for playing a game. _soccer FIELD_ _Substitutes are only allowed onto the FIELD after their boots are checked._ * A realm of practical, direct, or natural operation, contrasting with an office, classroom, or laboratory. _The design needs to be FIELD-tested before we commit to manufacture._ _FIELD work traditionally distinguishes true archaeologists from armchair archaeologists._ _He needs some time in the FIELD before his judgment can be trusted._ * ​(algebra) A commutative ring with identity for which every nonzero element has a multiplicative inverse. _The set of rational numbers, , is the prototypical FIELD._ * ​(geology) A region containing a particular mineral. _oil FIELD;  gold FIELD_ * ​(heraldry) The background of the shield. * ​(computing) An area of memory or storage reserved for a particular value. * A component of a database record in which a single unit of information is stored. * A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of characters. _The form has FIELDS for each element of the customer's home address and ship-to address._ * (baseball, obsolete) The team in a match that throws the ball and tries to catch it when it is hit by the other team (the bat). * (baseball) The outfield. * An unrestricted or favourable opportunity for action, operation, or achievement. * Thomas Macaulay (1800-1859) afforded a clear FIELD for moral experiments * All of the competitors in any outdoor contest or trial, or all except the favourites in the betting. _This racehorse is the strongest in a weak FIELD._ SYNONYMS * (course of study or domain of knowledge): area, domain, sphere, realm * (area reserved for playing a game): course (for golf), court (for racquet sports), ground, pitch (for soccer, rugby, cricket) HYPERNYMS * (algebra): Euclidean domain ⊂ principal ideal domain ⊂ unique factorization domain, Noetherian domain ⊂ integral domain ⊂ commutative ring HYPONYMS * (algebra): ordered field, Pythagorean field DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS USAGE NOTES In the mathematical sense, some languages, such as French, use a term that literally means "body". This denotes a division ring or skew field, not necessarily commutative. If it is clear from context that the quaternions and similar division rings are irrelevant, or that all division rings being considered are finite and therefore fields, this difference is ignored.

field (plural fields)

  1. ​A land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; open country.
    There are several species of wild flowers growing in this field.
  2. ​A wide, open space that is usually used to grow crops or to hold farm animals.
    There were some cows grazing in a field.
    A crop circle was made in a corn field.
  3. The open country near or belonging to a town or city—usually used in plural.
  4. ​A physical phenomenon, such as force, potential, or fluid velocity, that pervades a region.
    magnetic field;  gravitational field
  5. ​A course of study or domain of knowledge or practice.
    He was an expert in the field of Chinese history.
  6. An area that can be seen at a given time.
    field of view
  7. ​A place where a battle is fought; a battlefield.
  8. ​An area reserved for playing a game.
    soccer field
    Substitutes are only allowed onto the field after their boots are checked.
  9. A realm of practical, direct, or natural operation, contrasting with an office, classroom, or laboratory.
    The design needs to be field-tested before we commit to manufacture.
    Field work traditionally distinguishes true archaeologists from armchair archaeologists.
    He needs some time in the field before his judgment can be trusted.
  10. (algebra) A commutative ring with identity for which every nonzero element has a multiplicative inverse.
    The set of rational numbers, , is the prototypical field.
  11. (geology) A region containing a particular mineral.
    oil field;  gold field
  12. (heraldry) The background of the shield.
  13. (computing) An area of memory or storage reserved for a particular value.
  14. A component of a database record in which a single unit of information is stored.
  15. A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of characters.
    The form has fields for each element of the customer's home address and ship-to address.
  16. (baseball, obsolete) The team in a match that throws the ball and tries to catch it when it is hit by the other team (the bat).
  17. (baseball) The outfield.
  18. An unrestricted or favourable opportunity for action, operation, or achievement.
  19. All of the competitors in any outdoor contest or trial, or all except the favourites in the betting.
    This racehorse is the strongest in a weak field.

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Usage notes

In the mathematical sense, some languages, such as French, use a term that literally means "body". This denotes a division ring or skew field, not necessarily commutative. If it is clear from context that the quaternions and similar division rings are irrelevant, or that all division rings being considered are finite and therefore fields, this difference is ignored.

其中类别ENGLISH - VERB
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English - Verb

FIELD (_third-person singular simple present_ FIELDS, _present participle_ FIELDING, _simple past and past participle_ FIELDED) * (transitive, sports) To intercept or catch (a ball) and play it. * (baseball, softball, cricket, and other batting sports) To be the team catching and throwing the ball, as opposed to hitting it. _The blue team are FIELDING first, while the reds are batting._ * (transitive, sports) To place a team in (a game). _The away team FIELDed two new players and the second-choice goalkeeper._ * (transitive) To answer; to address. _She will FIELD questions immediately after her presentation._ * (transitive) To defeat. _They FIELDED a fearsome army._ SYNONYMS * (intercept or catch (a ball) and play it): * (place a team in (a game)): * (answer, address): address, answer, deal with, respond to ANTONYMS * (be the team throwing and catching the ball): bat TRANSLATIONS

field (third-person singular simple present fields, present participle fielding, simple past and past participle fielded)

  1. (transitive, sports) To intercept or catch (a ball) and play it.
  2. (baseball, softball, cricket, and other batting sports) To be the team catching and throwing the ball, as opposed to hitting it.
    The blue team are fielding first, while the reds are batting.
  3. (transitive, sports) To place a team in (a game).
    The away team fielded two new players and the second-choice goalkeeper.
  4. (transitive) To answer; to address.
    She will field questions immediately after her presentation.
  5. (transitive) To defeat.
    They fielded a fearsome army.

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其中类别ENGLISH - SEE ALSO
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English - See Also

* FIELD in the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.

其中类别ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* felid * filed * flied

其中类别ENGLISH - REFERENCES
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English - References

* [1] - _Etymology of "field"_


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