infield

[ in-feeld ]
/ ˈɪnˌfild /

noun

Baseball.
  1. the diamond.
  2. the positions played by the first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, and shortstop, taken collectively.
  3. the infielders considered as a group (contrasted with outfield).
Track, Horse Racing. the area enclosed by a track.
Agriculture.
  1. the part of the land of a farm nearest the farmhouse.
  2. land regularly tilled.Compare outfield (def. 3).

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Origin of infield

First recorded in 1600–10; in-1 + field
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British Dictionary definitions for infield

infield
/ (ˈɪnˌfiːld) /

noun

cricket the area of the field near the pitchCompare outfield
baseball
  1. the area of the playing field enclosed by the base lines and extending beyond them towards the outfield
  2. the positions of the first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, and sometimes the pitcher, collectivelyCompare outfield
agriculture
  1. the part of a farm nearest to the farm buildings
  2. land from which crops are regularly taken
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