field|work|er


field|work|er
field|work|er «FEELD WUR kuhr», noun.
a person who does field work.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • field|work — «FEELD WURK», noun. 1. = field work. (Cf. ↑field work) 2. a temporary fortification for defense made by soldiers in the field. field work, 1. scientific or technical work done in the field, as by surveyors, geologists, or naturalists. 2. plowing …   Useful english dictionary

  • Field-Work — Field|work, Field Work [ fi:ldwə:k ], das; s [engl. field work, eigtl. = Arbeit im Gelände] (Soziol.): Field Research …   Universal-Lexikon

  • field work — noun an investigation carried out in the field rather than in a laboratory or headquarters • Hypernyms: ↑research * * * field|work «FEELD WURK», noun. 1. = field work. (Cf. ↑field work) 2. a temporary fortification for defense made by soldiers in …   Useful english dictionary

  • Field work — This article is about the scientific method. For the military term, see Field fortifications under Fortification. Field work is a general descriptive term for the collection of raw data. The term is mainly used in the natural and social sciences… …   Wikipedia

  • field work — noun a) A temporary fortification in the field If any person, without lawful authority, makes or attempts to make any sketch, drawing, photograph, picture, painting, model or note of any fort, battery, field work, fortification or any military… …   Wiktionary

  • field work — / fi:ld wɜ:k/ noun 1. an examination of the situation among possible customers ● They had to do a lot of field work to find the right market for the product. 2. same as field research …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • field work — Work in the field, specifically the task of gathering data from the field. Includes the sphere of practical operation, as of an organization or enterprise; also, the place or territory where direct contacts as with a clientele may be made, or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • field work — Work in the field, specifically the task of gathering data from the field. Includes the sphere of practical operation, as of an organization or enterprise; also, the place or territory where direct contacts as with a clientele may be made, or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • field work — work done (by students, interns, etc.) to gain practical experience through firsthand observation; gathering of information through observation of subjects in their natural setting (common in anthropology, sociology, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • field·work — /ˈfiːldˌwɚk/ noun [noncount] : the work of gathering information by going into the field (sense 4) an anthropologist who has done fieldwork in the South Pacific …   Useful english dictionary


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