English version

waste ground

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwaste groundˈwaste ground noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š an empty unattractive piece of land that is not used for anything πŸ”Š a piece of waste ground
Examples from the Corpus
waste groundβ€’ Tony did as he was told and finally saw the large area of waste ground ahead.β€’ Police had covered every piece of waste ground, undergrowth, field, wood.β€’ Their favourite walk was down across the waste ground along Deptford Creek.β€’ On his way across the waste ground he tripped over some rusty car parts and was injured.β€’ He has used the waste ground to dump old cars, which he intends to renovate.β€’ The waste ground is separated from a park by some old fencing which is in need of repair.
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