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fieldwork
American English: /ˈfildwərk/
British English: /ˈfiːldwəːk/

Translation of fieldwork in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 uncountable (research)
    Example sentences
    • Advanced degree programs include classroom and fieldwork, laboratory research, and a dissertation or thesis.
    • Only an unusually determined researcher could have pursued the idea through fieldwork in the natural history tradition.
    • Seasonality also has an impact on both drug use patterns and the ability of project staff to do outreach and conduct fieldwork.
  • 2 uncountable (Military)
    obras (feminine plural) de campaña
    Example sentences
    • Hardee's men collided with Federal skirmishers before daylight, and the Confederates soon struck three Union divisions without fieldworks under Brig.
    • Again GPS technology empowered art, as a digital aerial imaging sensor, an aerial photography system, satellite data, and 3D remote sensing software captured the vibrant, burgeoning fieldworks from planes and satellites.
    • The Spanish adopted their usual tactic of forming up their arquebusiers behind a stout fieldwork, and keeping their foot and cavalry in reserve behind these.

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