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field day in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfield dayˈfield day noun  1 have a field day2 [countable] American EnglishSE a day when students at a school have sports competitions and parents watch syn sports day British English
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field dayHis nomination could be a field day for Democrats.Those looking into dodgy dealings at the county jail, on the other hand, have had a field day.Any bacteria that may be in the food will have a field day and grow.The tabloid newspapers would have a field day.