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playing field

noun as in athletic field

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“It’s a way to sort of move the minimum latency up to a floor where we can put everybody at the same playing field,” Spector said.

It’s about leveling the playing field so everyone—regardless of their gender or skin color—has the chance to realize their ambitions.

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Outside of sports and gaming, another streaming playing field, that is gaining momentum as we speak, is certainly AVOD.

Baffling essentially evens the playing field, allowing quiet males to attract just as many females as louder males.

Funding, however, is unlikely to level the playing field — even with Microsoft’s massive resources, Bing has largely been unable to sway users or digital marketers away from Google.

Added Kinzinger, the Illinois rep, "We have to level the playing field in terms of creating a no-fly zone."

This is a new spin on a GOP scheme to create a more favorable Republican playing field for the 2016 presidential election.

A higher minimum wage would help encourage a culture of work and a level playing field for the rising generation.

But they may finally have finally met their match on the playing field of politics.

Net neutrality has leveled the playing field, making it possible for mom-and-pop sites to compete with large corporations.

The two girls hurried off to the playing-field, but took care not to approach together, in case of awakening suspicions.

There was a little hill at the bottom of the big playing-field, and down this the girls managed to get some tobogganing.

From the biological and psychological point of view the playing-field is immeasurably superior to the gymnasium.

At the same time, this reform will level the playing field for those who do not get health insurance through their job.

They came near him: he was lying by the side of the playing field: no one knew it.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to playing field, such as: arena, turf, field, playground, recreation ground, and sports field.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.