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Mansfield

[ manz-feeld ]
/ ˈmænzˌfild /
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noun

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British Dictionary definitions for Mansfield (1 of 2)

Mansfield1
/ (ˈmænsˌfiːld) /

noun

a town in central England, in W Nottinghamshire: former coal-mining and cotton-textiles industries. Pop: 69 987 (2001)

British Dictionary definitions for Mansfield (2 of 2)

Mansfield2
/ (ˈmænsˌfiːld) /

noun

Katherine, real name Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp. 1888–1923, British writer, born in New Zealand, noted for her short stories, such as those in Bliss (1920) and The Garden Party (1922)
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