Definition of old field in English:

old field

noun

US
  • Originally: (a piece of) land which has been under cultivation for a long time. Later (also): land exhausted through cultivation; land cultivated by North American Indians before the arrival of Europeans; a piece of such land.

Origin

Old English. From old + field. Compare old land.

Pronunciation

old field

/ˈəʊl(d) fiːld/