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Definitions of field:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To take to the field; in cricket and base- ball, to be one of the field whose duty is to watch the ball as it is driven by the batsman, and endeavor to put him out either by catching it before it reach the ground, or by recovering it rapidly and returning it to the infield.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To act as a fielder in baseball or cricket.

part of speech: noun

A piece of land enclosed for tillage; the open country; a battle- ground; room; space; in her., the surface of the shield; the blank space on which figures are drawn or projected; the entire space within which objects are seen by a telescope or microscope.

part of speech: verb transitive

To catch or stop and return to the wicket- keeper, as a ball at cricket, etc.

part of speech: noun

Country or open country in general; a piece of ground inclosed for tillage or pasture; the locality of a battle; the battle itself; room for action of any kind; a wide expanse; ( her.) the surface of a shield; the background on which figures are drawn.

part of speech: verb transitive

In cricket and base- ball, to catch or stop and return to the infield; as, to field a ball.

part of speech: noun

A piece of land inclosed for tillage or pasture; open country; a region yielding some natural product; a region yielding some natural product; site of a battle; sphere of action; a wide expanse; space within which telescopic or microscopic objects are viewed; outdoor work; in heraldry, the surface of the shleld; the ground upon which a game is played.

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