TO HAVE A FIELD DAY
TO HAVE A FIELD DAY: meaning and examples
Today we will look at an idiomatic expression, one of thousands that exist in the English language:
Today's Idiomatic Expression is: to have a field day
It means: to have the chance to do something that you enjoy a lot, especially when it causes trouble for someone else. It's often used to refer to the activity of criticising someone.
The newspapers are having a field day with the rumours of David Beckham's love affairs.
Now that things are going badly in Iraq, the press is having a field day criticising Bush.
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Have a good day!