a region where a battle is fought.
(BAT tle field) n: a place where a battle is fought The analysis of the area of operations allows the commander and the staff to see the battlefield in width, depth, height/airspace, and time dimensions
a large clutch of dimensions waiting to be opened, prepared for exploitation, availed of management
a fantastic song and it's probably my favorite by her
a match of resources
a terrible thing to behold
a very unique environment due to the fact that the medical units are susceptible to damage and disconnection from an attack by an enemy force
the acceptable play area of a given scenario. Indoor refers to the inside of any available building and the immediate outside area (patio, sidewalks, etc).
The Battlefield franchise is a series of computer and console games that started with the PC/Mac game Battlefield 1942, the series is developed by Digital Illusions CE, and published by Electronic Arts. The games feature a focus on large maps and vehicle warfare over and above traditional first person shooters. The main draw of the games are their online gameplay.
Battlefield is a serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from September 6 to September 27, 1989.
"Battlefield" is the sixth part of the progressive rock classic "Tarkus", from the album with the same name by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It is the only part entirely written by Greg Lake, and features what many consider to be some of the deepest lyrics of the entire album.