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field·er

 (fēl′dər)
n.
An athlete who plays a position on the field in a sport, especially an outfielder in baseball.

fielder

(ˈfiːldə)
n
1. (Cricket) cricket baseball
a. a player in the field
b. a member of the fielding rather than the batting side
2. (Baseball) cricket baseball
a. a player in the field
b. a member of the fielding rather than the batting side

field•er

(ˈfil dər)

n.
one that fields, esp. an outfielder in baseball.
[1830–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fielder - a member of the baseball team that is in the field instead of at batfielder - a member of the baseball team that is in the field instead of at bat
ballplayer, baseball player - an athlete who plays baseball
infielder - (baseball) a person who plays a position in the infield
outfielder - (baseball) a person who plays in the outfield
2.fielder - a member of the cricket team that is fielding rather than batting
cricketer - an athlete who plays cricket
outfielder - a fielder in cricket who is stationed in the outfield
Translations

fielder

[ˈfiːldəʳ] N (Baseball, Cricket) → fildeador(a) m CRICKET, BASEBALL

fielder

[ˈfiːldər] njoueur/euse m/f de champfield event nconcours mfield glasses npljumelles fplfield hand n (mainly US)ouvrier/ière m/f agricolefield hospital nantenne f chirurgicale field marshalfield marshal n (British)maréchal mfield mouse fieldmouse [ˈfiːldmaʊs] nrat m des champsfield of vision visual field nchamp m visuelfield study nenquête f sur le terrainfield-test field test [ˈfiːldtɛst] vt [+ equipment] → tester sur le terrainfield test nessai m sur le terrain
to carry out a field test → effectuer un essai sur le terrainfield trip nvoyage m d'étude

fielder

n (Cricket, Baseball etc) → Fänger(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
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