Upfield

/ˈʌpfild/ (say 'upfeeld)

noun
Arthur William, 1890–1964, Australian author, born in England; most of his novels feature Bony, a part-Aboriginal detective.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Upfield — is a word with several meanings: * Upfield, Victoria, an outer northern suburb of Melbourne, Australia **Upfield railway station, Melbourne **Upfield railway line, Melbourne **Upfield bike path* Arthur Upfield, a detective novelist …   Wikipedia

  • upfield — [up′fēld΄, up fēld′] adv., adj. Football Soccer etc. into, toward, or in the opposite end of the field, esp. the offensive end * * * …   Universalium

  • upfield — ► ADVERB ▪ (in sport) in or to a position nearer to the opponents end of a field …   English terms dictionary

  • upfield — [up′fēld΄, up fēld′] adv., adj. Football Soccer etc. into, toward, or in the opposite end of the field, esp. the offensive end …   English World dictionary

  • Upfield — Snowy Rowles, der die Murchison Morde beging neben dem Wagen von James Ryan eine Fotografie von Arthur Upfield. Die Opfer wurden genauso beseitigt wie in seinem Roman The Sands of Windee (Ein glücklicher Zufall). Der Mörder und Upfield hatten,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • upfield — adverb or adjective Date: circa 1934 in or into the part of the field toward which the offensive team is headed …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • upfield — adjective a) Away from the defending teams end of the playing field b) Describing an NMR resonance at a lower frequency to that of a reference signal Ant: downfield …   Wiktionary

  • upfield — adverb 1》 (in sport) in or to a position nearer to the opponents end of a field. 2》 Physics in a direction corresponding to increasing field strength …   English new terms dictionary

  • upfield — up•field [[t]ˈʌpˌfild[/t]] adv. adj. spo football in or toward the part of the field nearest the goal line of the defensive team • Etymology: 1950–55 …   From formal English to slang

  • upfield — /ʌpˈfild/ (say up feeld) adverb Football towards the player s goal end of the field …   Australian English dictionary

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