[feeld-geyt] /ˈfildˌgeɪt/ noun 1. the site in an where natural gas is separated from crude oil after the latter reaches the surface, for movement through pipelines.
noun 1. Usually, field glasses. binoculars for use out of doors. noun 1. a small telescope often incorporating a prism and held in one hand 2. a former name for field glasses
noun 1. Football. a three-point goal made by place-kicking or drop-kicking the ball between the opponent’s goalposts above the crossbar. 2. Basketball. a goal made while the ball is in play. noun 1. (basketball) a goal scored while the ball is in normal play rather than from a free throw 2. (American football) a score […]
noun 1. military rank applying to mid-level army officers, as majors, lieutenant colonels, and colonels.