Definition of battleground
Examples of battleground in a Sentence
the verdant hill suddenly turned into a bloody battleground
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Trump will be a major factor in House battleground districts in the Central Valley and Southern California and already, the California Republican Party is getting involved.
In the battlegrounds that tipped the election to Trump, state-level Census data show black turnout plummeting in Wisconsin; skidding in North Carolina, Florida, and Ohio; and declining more modestly in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Austin became the chosen battleground as similar debates cropped up in other large cities around the country, and the companies spent about $9 million on the campaign before they were rejected by the city's voters.
MAJOR PLOT POINTS President Underwood looks to engage in some old-fashioned voter suppression, using the threat of terror to set up voting centers in battleground states, which could hinder his opponent, Will Conway's, path to the White House.
Austin became the chosen battleground as similar debates cropped up in similar large cities around the country, and the companies spent about $9 million on the campaign before they were rejected by the city’s voters.
Deutch, who represents parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties, said Florida is a central battleground for 2018.
Its fall reconfigured the Syrian battleground: The Saudis and Turks resigned themselves to Assad’s rule, and their rivals exulted in a victory that seemed to justify years of blood and treasure.
Some Bush backers spy a secret weapon in battleground states Ohio and Pennsylvania: the Amish.
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Definition of battleground for English Language Learners
: a place where a battle is fought
: an area of conflict or disagreement
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