Definition of upfield in English:

upfield

Line breaks: up|field
Pronunciation: /ʌpˈfiːld
 
, ˈʌp-/

adverb

1(In sport) in or to a position nearer to the opponents' end of a field: he kicks the ball upfield
More example sentences
  • The ball also generally bounces upfield, away from the end zone.
  • Keaton needs to be more assertive to get the ball upfield quickly.
  • WR Kevin Dyson has been far more aggressive this season in heading upfield with the ball.
2 Physics In a direction corresponding to increasing field strength.

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