field questions


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field questions

To answer questions asked by a group of people. The coach is still fielding questions at his press conference. When I go home for Thanksgiving, I'll definitely have to field questions from my family about my love life, ugh.
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field questions

 and field a question
to answer a series of questions, especially from reporters. After her speech, Jane fielded questions from reporters. The president's press agents field questions from the newspaper.
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So it seems odd for them to field questions about the matchup of two of the best point guards in the country in tonight's game as if it were a rarity.
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