English version

hunting ground

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
hunting groundˈhunting ˌground noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DSOa place where animals are hunted2 a happy/good hunting ground (for something)
Examples from the Corpus
hunting groundAnd here is a beaver, indicating a beaver hunting ground.There is also the fertile hunting ground of health.I pass up a roadside rest area, a happy hunting ground for new cars and ready cash.In the early years of this century, many a collector found Madeira a happy hunting ground.It plans a four-event world championship programme for 1991, starting on its happy hunting ground, the Safari Rally.The edges of the road are an ideal hunting ground for recyclable bottles and cans.
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