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field day definition

  • noun:
    • just about every day put aside for sports or sports competition.
    • An outdoor conference, social event, or festivity.
    • per day for armed forces workouts, maneuvers, or screen.
    • casual a period of great satisfaction, task, or possibility: The news had a field time using the sensational story.
    • A parade time.
    • A school day for sports events; a sports day.
    • A-day of class taken away from school for a field trip.
    • a very good time or too much to do.
    • a lot of fun or a great deal to do, at someone else's expense.
    • Top-to-bottom all-hands cleaning.
    • every single day set-aside for recreations or sports competitors.
    • daily of strange exertion or display; a gala time.
    • a patio meeting, social event, or festivity.
    • on a daily basis for military exercises, maneuvers, or show.
    • casual A time of good pleasure, task, or chance: The media had a field time aided by the sensational tale.
    • A parade time.
    • A school day for athletic events; a sports day.
    • A-day of course taken away from college for a field journey.
    • a very good time or a lot to do.
    • a good time or a great deal to do, at somebody else's cost.
    • on a daily basis when soldiers are used for training in industry workouts and evolutions.
    • ergo Any day of uncommon bustle, effort, or screen.
    • Top-to-bottom all-hands cleansing.
    • just about every day of unusual effort or display; a gala time.
    • just about every day whenever troops are used for instruction in area workouts and evolutions.
    • Hence Any day's unusual bustle, exertion, or display.
    • each and every day whenever explorations, medical investigations, etc., by a society, are continued on the go.
    • everyday for outdoor sports competition
    • each and every day devoted to a patio social gathering
    • a period of strange enjoyment and success
    • (military) on a daily basis for army exercises and show
    • every single day when explorations, scientific investigations, etc., as of a society, tend to be carried on in the field.
    • every single day for outside athletic competition
    • a-day devoted to an outdoor personal gathering
    • a period of unusual enjoyment and success
    • (military) each and every day for armed forces workouts and display
    • A-day set aside for recreations or sports competitors.
    • a backyard conference, personal event, or festivity.
    • per day for military workouts, maneuvers, or display.
    • Informal A time of good pleasure, activity, or possibility: The news had a field day using the sensational tale.
    • A parade day.
    • A day reserve for recreations or athletic competition.
    • A school day for athletic events; a sports day.
    • a patio meeting, personal occasion, or festivity.
    • daily of class taken away from college for a field trip.
    • each day for army workouts, maneuvers, or display.
    • a good time or too much to do.
    • a good time or a great deal to do, at someone else's expenditure.
    • everyday put aside for recreations or athletic competition.
    • a patio conference, social occasion, or festivity.
    • casual a period of good enjoyment, task, or possibility: The news had a field time using sensational tale.
    • Top-to-bottom all-hands cleansing.
    • A parade day.
    • per day for army workouts, maneuvers, or display.
    • A school day for sports occasions; a sports time.
    • casual an occasion of good enjoyment, task, or chance: The news had a field time because of the sensational story.
    • each and every day of class removed from school for a field travel.
    • A parade day.
    • a very good time or too much to do.
    • A school day for athletic activities; a sports day.
    • a lot of fun or a great deal to do, at somebody else's expenditure.
    • everyday of class removed from college for a field travel.
    • Top-to-bottom all-hands cleaning.
    • a good time or too much to do.
    • a lot of fun or too much to do, at some other person's expenditure.
    • A-day of unusual exertion or screen; a gala time.
    • each day whenever troops are used for training in industry workouts and evolutions.
    • Top-to-bottom all-hands cleansing.
    • each day of unusual exertion or show; a gala day.
    • For this reason Any day of unusual bustle, exertion, or display.
    • per day of uncommon exertion or show; a gala time.
    • each day when explorations, systematic investigations, etc., at the time of a society, are continued in the field.
    • every day when soldiers tend to be drawn up for training in field workouts and evolutions.
    • on a daily basis whenever soldiers are drafted for instruction in field workouts and evolutions.
    • Hence Any day of unusual bustle, exertion, or display.
    • For this reason Any day's uncommon bustle, exertion, or screen.
    • each and every day for outside sports competitors
    • daily devoted to a patio personal gathering
    • A day when explorations, clinical investigations, etc., by a society, tend to be continued on the go.
    • everyday when explorations, scientific investigations, etc., since a society, tend to be continued on the go.
    • a time of unusual enjoyment and success
    • on a daily basis for outdoor sports competition
    • just about every day for outdoor sports competitors
    • on a daily basis dedicated to an outdoor social gathering
    • on a daily basis specialized in a patio social gathering
    • (military) a-day for army exercises and screen
    • an occasion of unusual satisfaction and success
    • (military) each and every day for armed forces exercises and screen
    • an occasion of strange enjoyment and success
    • (military) each day for armed forces workouts and display
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