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NOUN   a potato field | potato fields
картофельное поле {с}
potato field
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Translation for 'potato field' from English to Russian

potato field
картофельное поле {с}сель.
Usage Examples English
  • In the Second World War part of the High Field was converted into a potato field as part of the "Dig for Victory" initiative.
  • On 15 August 1899, more than 1,000 people, including some of the first Pompey players, attended the opening to see how a former potato field had been transformed into a modest football ground, now officially named as "Fratton Park".
  • The financial difficulty the ground faced was so great that during New Zealand's involvement in World War I in 1915 the main oval at Lancaster Park was ploughed up and was used as a potato field in an attempt to raise more revenue.
  • In the early 1920s, civic leaders decided to procure a dedicated town hall: the site they selected on the west side of Station Road had been occupied by a potato field.
  • Shortly thereafter, World War I erupted, and Spitalacker-Platz was converted to a potato field.
  • She plants it on the poor house's potato field, hopes and prays for it to become a linden.
  • The Moscow Sports Circle was formed in 1921, and by 1922 had opened a stadium on a former potato field.
  • Other attractions include the Sanctuary of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, the Collège Bourget, the legend of the "Champ de guérêts", commonly referred to as the "potato field", its maple and blueberry products, and the local microbrewery "Le Castor".
  • It was discovered in 1903 by a farm worker in a potato field in the village of Palojoki near Huittinen.
  • The aircraft crashed into a potato field, the pilot in an open cockpit clambered clear and helped one of the passengers from the enclosed cabin free.
  • The school was situated in 200 acres of rough estate except for the potato field leased to a local farmer. The Sports field covered 25 acres and was often grazed by the same farmer's sheep.
  • After graduating, she and Rita worked in a potato field, earning 3 cents per bushel of potatoes.
  • with many of the larger sections of aircraft landing in a potato field southeast of Buffalo, Texas.
  • The football ground was formerly the site of a potato field in 1898 when it was purchased by the newly-formed "Portsmouth Football & Athletic Company", formed on 5 April 1898, a consortium of local businessmen and ex British Army officers whose chairman was Sir John Brickwood, the owner of Brickwoods Brewery.
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