minefield definition

  • noun:
    • An area where explosive mines being placed.
    • A situation that includes numerous prospective hazards or perils.
    • a location in which land mines have now been laid.
    • A dangerous situation.
    • A pitch that features dried out and crumbled as well as on which the basketball is jumping and rotating unpredictably.
    • an area by which explosive mines{4} have-been put, specially an area on land.
    • A situation where a straightforward error may have disastrous consequences; a touchy or dangerous scenario requiring great care.
    • A body of navigable liquid in which submarine mines tend to be anchored for the intended purpose of stopping an enemy's ships from entering a channel, harbor, or roadstead; additionally, the number of mines it self.
    • a tract of land containing explosive mines
    • an area in which explosives mines are placed

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