Word: infield

Category: infield

Sports, Arts & Entertainment, Games

Related words: infield

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Synonyms: infield

diamond, baseball diamond

Translations: infield

spanish
cuadro interior, dentro del cuadro, del infield, pista de aterrizaje


german
ackerland

french
champ intérieur, entrepiste

italian
campo interno, terreno coltivabile, dell'infield

portuguese
terreno arável, campo interno

dutch
bouwland, cultuurgrond, binnenhoog

russian
земля

norwegian
indre bane

swedish
UPPODLAD, INÄGA, infielden

finnish
sisäkenttä, sora

danish
indmarken, infielden, inderkredsen

czech
vnitřní hřiště

polish
krykiet

hungarian
termőföld, táblán belüli, táblán belül, a táblán belül a

turkish
tarla, Infield, İç saha, çiftliğe yakın tarla, sahanın kaleye yakın bölümü

greek
εσωτερικό πεδίο, εσωτερικό κομμάτι, infield που

ukrainian
внутріпромислових

albanian
tokë e punueshme, ngastra pranë godinave

bulgarian
обработваема земя, Infield, на Infield

belarusian
внутрипромысловых

estonian
Infield, ribastruktuuride, infieldi, Sise väli, on ribastruktuuride

croatian
okućnica, oranica, okućnica je vrlo, okućnica je

lithuanian
Ariama žemė, Apdirbamas žemė, Lauko prie vartų, Žemė aplink sodybos, Laukas bramkowe

latvian
aramzeme, zeme ap lauku mājām

romanian
teren agricol, câmpul de joc, înspre interiorul terenului, intravilan

slovenian
Parcela, Oranica

slovak
vnútorné ihrisko

Popularity stats: infield

Most searched by regions

Missouri, Kentucky, District of Columbia, Indiana, Ohio

Most searched by cities

Louisville, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Washington, Chicago

The meaning and "use of": infield

noun
  • the inner part of the field of play in various sports, in particular.
  • the land around or near a farmstead, especially arable land.

adverb
  • into or toward the inner part of the field of play.

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