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Oxford dictionary definition of the word field:
1an area of open land, especially one planted with crops or pasture, typically bounded by hedges or fences:
a wheat field
a field of corn
a piece of land used for a particular purpose, especially an area marked out for a game or sport:
a football field
a large area of land or water completely covered in a particular substance, especially snow or ice:
an ice field
an area rich in a natural product, typically oil or gas:
a gas field
a place where a subject of scientific study or of artistic representation can be observed in its natural location or context.
(usually the field) an area which is or is to become the scene of a battle or campaign:
a field of battle
archaic a battle:
many a bloody field was to be fought
2a particular branch of study or sphere of activity or interest:
we talked to professionals in various fields
Computing a part of a record, representing an item of data.
Linguistics & Psychology a general area of meaning within which individual words make particular distinctions.
3a space or range within which objects are visible from a particular viewpoint or through a piece of apparatus. See also field of vision.
4 (usually the field) all the participants in a contest or sport:
he destroyed the rest of the field with a devastating injection of speed
Cricket fielders collectively, or the manner in which they are spread over the pitch:
he sees the ball early and strokes it through the gap in the field
5 Physics the region in which a particular condition prevails, especially one in which a force or influence is effective regardless of the presence or absence of a material medium.
the force exerted or potentially exerted in a field:
the variation in the strength of the field
6 Mathematics a system subject to two binary operations analogous to those for the multiplication and addition of real numbers, and having similar commutative and distributive laws.
7 Heraldry the surface of an escutcheon or of one of its divisions.
an area on a flag with a single background colour:
fifty white stars on a blue field
1 [no object] chiefly Cricket & Baseball attempt to catch or stop the ball and return it after it has been hit by the batsman or batter, thereby preventing runs being scored or base runners advancing.
[with object] catch or stop (the ball) and return it:
his swinging bunt was fielded by the Chicago catcher
2 [with object] send out (a team or individual) to play in a game:
Leeds fielded a team of youngsters
(of a political party) put up (a candidate) to stand in an election:
the Ecology party fielded 109 candidates
deploy (an army):
Russia was committed to fielding 800,000 men
3 [with object] deal with (a difficult question, telephone call, etc.).