Feld-

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Fẹld-

in cpdsfield;
Fe#ld|ar|beit
f (Agr) → work in the fields; (Sci, Sociol) → fieldwork
Fe#ld|ar|bei|ter(in)
m(f)fieldworker
Fe#ld|arzt
m (old Mil) → army doctor
Fe#ld|be|steck
ntknife, fork and spoon, eating irons pl (Brit hum)
Fe#ld|bett
ntcampbed, cot (US)
Fe#ld|bin|de
f
(old: = Schärpe) → sash
(Med Mil) → Red Cross armband
Fe#ld|blu|me
Fe#ld|dienst
m (old Mil) → active service
Fe#ld|elekt|ro|nen
pl (Elec) → field electrons pl
Fe#ld|ener|gie
f (Phys) → field energy

Fẹld-

:
Fe#ld|fla|sche
fcanteen (Mil), → water bottle
Fe#ld|flug|platz
m(military) airstrip (near the front)
Fe#ld|for|schung
f, no pl (esp Sociol) → field research, fieldwork
Fe#ld|frucht
f (Agr) → agricultural crop
Fe#ld|geist|li|che(r)
m decl as adj (old Mil) → army chaplain, padre
Fe#ld|gen|dar|me|rie
f (old Mil) → military police
Fe#ld|glei|chung
f (Math) → field equation
Fe#ld|got|tes|dienst
m (Mil) → camp service
Fe#ld|hand|ball
mEuropean (outdoor) handball
Fe#ld|ha|se
Fe#ld|hau|bit|ze
f (Mil) → (field) howitzer
Fe#ld|heer
nt (Mil) → army in the field
Fe#ld|herr(in)
m(f)commander
Fe#ld|herrn|kunst
f (old)strategy
Fe#ld|herrn|stab
m (old)(general’s) baton, (general’s) swagger stick
Fe#ld|heu|schre|cke
fgrasshopper; (schädlich) → locust
Fe#ld|huhn
ntpartridge
Fe#ld|hü|ter
mwatchman (in charge of fields)
Fe#ld|jä|ger(in)
m(f)
(old Mil) (= Kurier)courier; (= Infanterist)infantryman
Feld- (Mil) → military police; (bei der Marine) → shore patrol
Fe#ld|kon|stan|te
f (Phys) → space constant
Fe#ld|kraft
f (Phys) → field intensity or strength
Fe#ld|krä|he
frook
Fe#ld|kü|che
f (Mil) → field kitchen
Fe#ld|la|ger
nt (old Mil) → camp, encampment
Fe#ld|la|za|rett
nt (Mil) → field hospital
Fe#ld|ler|che
fskylark
Fe#ld|li|nie
f (Phys) → line of force
Fe#ld|mark
f pl <-marken> (von Gemeinde)parish land; (von Gut)estate
Fe#ld|mar|schall
m (old)field marshal
Fe#ld|maus
ffield mouse, common vole (spec)
Fe#ld|mes|ser
m <-s, ->, Fẹld|mes|se|rin
f <-, -nen> → (land) surveyor
Fe#ld|pflan|ze
Fe#ld|post
f (Mil) → forces’ postal service
Fe#ld|post|brief
m (Mil) → forces’ letter
Fe#ld|rain
medge of the field
Fe#ld|sa|lat
mlamb’s lettuce
Fe#ld|schlacht
f (old)battle
Fe#ld|schütz
m <-es, -e> (Mil) → watchman (in charge of fields)
Fe#ld|spat
m (Geol) → fel(d)spar
Fe#ld|spie|ler(in)
m(f) (Sport) → player (on the field)
Fe#ld|stär|ke
f (Phys) → field strength or intensity; (Rad, TV) → strength of the signal
Fe#ld|ste|cher
m <-s, -> → (pair of) binoculars, (pair of) field glasses
Fe#ld|stu|die
f (esp Sociol) → field study
Fe#ld|stuhl
Fe#ld|te|le|fon
nt (Mil) → field telephone
Fe#ld|te|le|graf, Fẹld|te|le|graph
m (Mil) → field telegraph
Fe#ld|the|o|rie
f (Ling, Phys, Psych) → field theory
Fe#ld|ver|such
Fe#ld|ver|weis
Fe#ld|wa|che
f (old Mil) → outpost

Fẹld-

:
Fe#ld|we|bel
m <-s, ->, Fẹld|we|be|lin
f <-, -nen> → sergeant; (fig inf)sergeant-major (type)
Fe#ld|weg
mtrack across the fields
Fe#ld|wei|bel
m <-s, ->, Fẹld|wei|be|lin
f <-, -nen> (Sw) → sergeant
Fe#ld|zei|chen
nt (old Mil) → standard, ensign
Fe#ld|zug
m (old, fig)campaign