if you are talking about Baseball or softball the outfield is the grass part behind the bases. There are 3 positions out there. Right field, Left field, and Center field.
It means: Field. In English it means: super mad
it means to have a field of land in scientific terms!
It means nothing in field hockey.
The difference is in the field .... means actually on site - outside. Whereas in the laboratory means exactly that in the lab
"Sakura" means cheery bloosom, "Haruno" means spring field so if you say "Sakura Haruno" it means spring field of cheery bloosom. But if you say "Haru no Sakura" it means cheery bloosoms in spring
Breaking down the word answers this question. Neuro means nerves, pathy means damage, and peripheral means on the surface. So the field is nerve medicine.
Kakashi means 'scarecrow' or 'figurehead'. Hatake means 'a field for crops (vegetable garden)', 'field of specialization' or 'birthplace'.
The polarity of the charge that made it. + or -. (+ means the field will be emitted outwards from the charge, while - means it will point inwards towards it.)
This means the intensity or strength of the field is greater.
It means you have to put an answer into that field, or you won't be able to continue to the next screen.
It means "field" or more accurately: "field of Aram"
In field events, or heptathlon/decathlon, it means "no mark".
A furrow is a ploughed row in a field.
Thanks my last name. I read on a genealogy site it means "field in the forest". I have also read more recently that it means "in Brinca's field" whatever that means... Hope that helped.
I know Sakura means cherry blossom, Haruno means Spring field.
Depth of field decreases from low to high. This means what you see under the microscope is blurry. If both objects are not blurry, this means you have high depth-of-field.
It means it is capable of responding to a magnetic field.
Avina is a Latin-American name it means 'from field of oats' or 'field of oats'
When you say "that was field expedient" means you made a gadget from things found in the field.
it means to see through the microscope on a field
This derives from the word "el campo", which means "the countryside" or "the field". "Campesino" means "field worker" or "farm worker" or "peasant".
It separates and divides a field off a valley into sections of groups. Taro means divide. So therefore taro field is a divided organized field
according to the Indian language 'ran' means war field and 'deep' means lamp. Combining the two words randeep is lamp of the war field
anesthesia means the medical field dealing with the pains and surgery