outfield
Noun

outfield (plural outfields)

  1. (baseball, softball) The region of the field between the infield and the outer fence.
    He hit a long fly ball to the outfield in the gap to left.
  2. (cricket) The region of the field roughly outside of the infield or the wicket-keeper, slips, gully, point, cover, mid off, mid on, midwicket and square leg.
  3. (Scotland, agriculture) Arable land continually cropped without being manured.
  4. (Scotland, agriculture) Any open field at a distance from the farmsteading.
Antonyms Translations Verb

outfield (outfields, present participle outfielding; past and past participle outfielded)

  1. (baseball, cricket) To perform better in defense (fielding).



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