field of battle

Definition of field of battle

  1. :  a place where a battle occurs Hundreds of dead soldiers lay on the field of battle.

Word by Word Definitions

fieldplay
  1. :  an open land area free of woods and buildings

    :  an area of land marked by the presence of particular objects or features

    :  an area of cleared enclosed land used for cultivation or pasture

  1. :  of or relating to a field: such as

    :  growing in or inhabiting the fields or open country

    :  made, conducted, or used in the field

  1. :  to catch or pick up (something, such as a batted ball) and usually throw to a teammate

    :  to take care of or respond to (something, such as a telephone call or a request)

    :  to give an impromptu answer or solution to

battleplay
  1. :  battalion

    :  a combat between two persons

    :  a general encounter between armies, ships of war, or aircraft

  1. :  to engage in combat between individuals or armed forces :  to engage in battle :  fight

    :  to contend with full strength, vigor, skill, or resources :  struggle

    :  to fight or struggle against

  1. :  to fortify with battlements


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