- 美[ əˈfiːld]
- adv.在战场上; 在野外; 远离着
Its result contains teaching reform that prospers afield and accelerates the development of community healing career.
Farther afield , Chinacame close last year to driving a wedge between America and the European Union.
Don't go too far afield or you'll get lost.
A bicycle, or public transport, was usually adequate to take them farther afield.
You can hire a car if you want to explore further afield.
To examine them in this book would take us too far afield.
We need to think further afield about the question in this aspect.
Your remarks are far afield.
The armies were afield.
He went too far afield.
One day she wandered further afield.
The herdsman drove afield battening his flocks with the fresh dews of night.
Journalists came from as far afield as China and Brazil.
They afield appeal mainly to young people andare fueled mainly by caffeine.
His remarks are far afield.
Don't go too far afield.
Missionaries went far afield to propagate their faith.
Further afield, the air of prosperity was even more marked.
We got a lot of tourists from Europe, and some from even further afield.
He wandered far afield in foreign lands.
Once he starts talking, he will go far afield from his original topic.
Further afield, Beijing into place infrastructure that would make Houston blush.
Others call Hong Kong home but operate businesses that range far afield.
I do not think it is insignificant to invest in such afield?
They enjoy participating in a wide variety of activities, both locally and further afield.
During their summer holidays they cruised further afield to Normandy and Brittany.
You are not allowed to bring plants in from further afield without a licence.
Many of those arrested came from far afield.
There's nothing to stop you from doing a bit of exploring further afield.
British tour companies are nudging clients to travel further afield.
1. far away from home or one's usual surroundings;
"looking afield for new lands to conquer"- R.A.Hall
2. in or into a field (especially a field of battle);
"the armies were afield, challenging the enemy's advance"
"unlawful to carry hunting rifles afield until the season opens"
3. off the subject; beyond the point at issue;
"such digressions can lead us too far afield"