track-and-field

adjective
\ˌtrak-ən(d)-ˈfēld \

Definition of track-and-field 

: of, relating to, or being any of various competitive athletic events (such as running, jumping, and weight throwing) performed on a running track and on the adjacent field

First Known Use of track-and-field

1905, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of track-and-field was in 1905

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track-and-field

adjective
\ˌtrak-ən-ˈfēld\

Kids Definition of track-and-field

: relating to or being sports events (as racing, throwing, and jumping contests) held on a running track and on the enclosed field

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