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It sounds as though it means "fit to be used in the field". The "field" can mean several different things, including an "area of operations" or something like a "battle-field". So "field-worthy" could be used about, for example, a large gun.karel wrote:Colud someone explain me the meaning of "field-worthy". Thank you.
Compare "roadworthy" which you will find in any good dictionary. Or "airworthy".
However, for a more precise explanation, you should always show examples of the word in context. If you can provide the sentence or sentences where you found this word we can help more.
"field-worthy" in this case would be "realistic and tested ways that are proven (to work)"karel wrote:Here is the sentence: Project is based on the lack of knowledge of the health effects of .... and on the shortage of field-worthy, cost-effective ways for reliable assesment...