fieldnoun

  • ja野原、田畑、広場、競技場
  • enan open area or stretch of land without trees, buildings, or any other structure

Examples

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I landed in a field of diamonds.
2.
Then all of a sudden, I woke up.
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Mute
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You have permission to run them things here?
2.
Nah, I just decided today I'd run some buffalo across the field for no reason.
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Mute
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Here, we're surrounded by miles and miles of wheat and canola fields and soaring mountains.
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Mute
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- It's only a field. - What's happening?
2.
- He went the other way. - Natalie!
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Mute
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See you on the field there, bro.
2.
- See you. - See you on the field.
3.
I can't wait!
4.
Get him, Jim! Come on, tough D, Jim.
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We can take off all our clothes.
2.
We could go run naked through the field.
3.
No one would know about it.