Definition of field house in English:

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field house

noun

North American
1A large building that provides space for many different sports facilities: in 1992, the field house added two new wood floor basketball courts
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  • 4,000 people gathered in the university field house.
  • She strode through the field house door.
  • Reaching their dreams has taken one lap at a time as they zoomed around the field house parking lot.
2A building adjacent to a sports field, equipped with changing rooms: the Panthers emerged from their field house to begin an early morning practice
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  • It also paid $292,700 to the company for replacement of the field house in Myrtle Park.
  • True, it is not the easiest monument to find: a modest stele just north of the field house in Tompkins Square Park.
  • It is a classic Moses park - ball fields, basketball courts, a red-brick field house - designed by Gilmore Clarke, the landscape architect of the Westchester parkways.

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