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  1. camp

    • IPA[kamp]

    英式

    • n.
      a place with temporary accommodation of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by soldiers, refugees, or travelling people.;a complex of buildings for holiday accommodation, with recreational facilities.
    • v.
      live for a time in a tent, especially while on holiday;lodge temporarily, especially in an inappropriate or uncomfortable place
    • verb: camp, 3rd person present: camps, gerund or present participle: camping, past tense: camped, past participle: camped

    • noun: camp, plural noun: camps

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    名詞

    • 1. a place with temporary accommodation of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by soldiers, refugees, or travelling people. 同義詞 bivouac, encampment, cantonment, barracks, base, ... 更多
    • a complex of buildings for holiday accommodation, with recreational facilities. 同義詞 bivouac, encampment, cantonment, barracks, base, ... 更多
    • North American a summer holiday programme for children, offering a range of activities he became the dramatic counselor at camp
    • temporary overnight lodging in tents we pitched camp at a fine spot
    • British an enclosed or fortified prehistoric site, especially an Iron Age hill fort.
    • 2. the supporters of a particular party or doctrine regarded collectively both the liberal and conservative camps were annoyed by his high-handed manner 同義詞 faction, wing, side, group, party, ... 更多
    • 3. South African a fenced field or enclosed area for grazing.
    • Australian, New Zealand a place where livestock regularly congregate or where a mustered herd is assembled.

    動詞

    • 1. live for a time in a tent, especially while on holiday holiday parks in which you can camp or stay in a chalet
    • lodge temporarily, especially in an inappropriate or uncomfortable place we camped out for the night in a mission schoolroom
    • remain persistently in one place the press will be camping on your doorstep once they get on to this story
    • 2. Australian, New Zealand (of livestock) assemble together for rest.
    • 3. South African divide (land) and enclose with fences.
    • n.
      the activity of spending a holiday living in a tent: camping attracts people of all ages when they were little, we went camping in California

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    • n.
      the activity of spending a vacation living in a camp, tent, or camper: visitors can go camping in the vast wilderness surrounding the mountains a camping trip

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a military training camp for new recruits, with very harsh discipline.

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    • n.
      a military training camp for new recruits, with strict discipline.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a camp at which community work is done, especially by young volunteers.

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    • n.
      a civilian who works in or is attached to a military camp.

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    • IPA[kamp]

    美式

    • n.
      a place with temporary accommodations of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by ... the enemy camp a detention camp
    • v.
      live for a time in a camp, tent, or camper, as when on vacation: parks in which you can camp or stay in a chalet

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    • IPA[kamp]

    英式

    • adj.
      ostentatiously and extravagantly effeminate (typically used of a man or his manner): a heavily made-up and highly camp actor
    • n.
      deliberately exaggerated and theatrical behaviour or style: Hollywood camp
    • v.
      behave in an ostentatiously effeminate way (typically used of a man): he camped it up a bit for the cameras

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    • IPA[kamp]

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    • adj.
      deliberately exaggerated and theatrical in style, typically for humorous effect: the movie seems more camp than shocking or gruesome
    • n.
      deliberately exaggerated and theatrical behavior or style: Hollywood camp
    • v.
      behave in an ostentatiously effeminate way (typically used of a man): he camped it up a bit for the cameras

    Oxford American Dictionary