Translation of field day in Spanish:
- [Military/Militar] día (masculine) de maniobras to have a field day pickpockets had a field day los carteristas hicieron su agosto the press have had a field day with the scandal el escándalo ha sido un verdadero festín para la prensaExample sentences
- In the Navy, "field day" refers to a thorough cleaning of the ship's spaces.
- Saturday was the field day, when all the companies met, and were trained together.
- We have had field day attendees representing almost every branch of the Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.
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