• US /fild/
  • UK /fi:ld/
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  • n. (知識)領域;專業; 田野; 場地; 球場;
  • v. 巧妙地回答; 接(球);
  • What field are you in? I’m in the sciences
  • The field turned green as the plants started to grow
  • In the field there are wild flowers growing
  • The soccer field was still wet from the rain
  • I will field questions from the audience now that my speech is finished
  • Dave needs to field that ball before the runner gets home

【TED】Donald Hoffman: 我們看到的真的是現實麼? (Do we see reality as it is? | Donald Hoffman)

【TED】Donald Hoffman: 我們看到的真的是現實麼? (Do we see reality as it is? | Donald Hoffman) Image 21:51
  1. i then close my eyes, and my experience changes to a gray field,

  2. moving across a field of dots.

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  1. The counterpart to [Track], a sport prevalent in high schools. Often included in the term "Track and Field." Consists of events such as pole vault, high jump, long jump, shotput, and discus. The practice is a helluva lot easier than the running events, but players get about the same amount of credit. During meets, the "throwers, jumpers, and vaulters" can spend quality time checking out hot girls from other schools that are in running events.
    -So do you play sports? --Yeah, I do Track and Field. -Oh really? I was on the track team in high school. What do you run? --I run...shotput.
  2. Any word or phrase can be used as a prefix for -field (Ex: gayfield, sharkfield, fuckfacemotherfuck'nfield, bellerfield, stonedfield). Usually a specific characteristic of a noun is used to make up a -field. One can use a physical feature, clothing, quote, action, nickname, etc to create a new -field. Originated in Cincinnati, OH when bellerfield said gayfield.
    Dude drops his burrito all over the floor. Dude is Spillfield (Spill -field).
  3. an area for growin weed
    what up bruv,come get stoned with me in my field
  4. To handle or take care of
    The lawyer fielded the press's questions skillfully, giving away no more information than he wanted to.
  5. to respond; to give a skillfull or offhand answer to a question
    Famous people always have to field some weird questions
  6. A large clearing or open space.
    I ran around in the field.
  7. see [the field school] or [field school]
    omg did u see that? woah so weird?