Greenfield definition

grēnfēld
A piece of usually semirural property that is undeveloped except for agricultural use, especially one considered as a site for expanding urban development.
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A piece of usually semirural property that is undeveloped except for agricultural use, especially one considered as a site for expanding urban development.
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In the building industry, referring to a parcel of undeveloped and unpolluted land ripe for exploitation.
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In telecommunications, referring to network deployments in virgin territories where there is no existing telecommunications infrastructure. See also brownfield and overlay.
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A site, to be used for housing or commerce, whose previous use (if any) was agricultural.
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One of four communities in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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A city in Illinois.
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A city in Indiana.
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A city in Iowa.
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A city in Massachusetts.
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A city in Minnesota.
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A city in Missouri.
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A town in New Hampshire.
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A town in New York.
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A village in Ohio.
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A city in Tennessee.
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A city and one of three towns in Wisconsin.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
greenfield
Plural:
greenfields