camp

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  • After the camp was closed, the site eventually returned to its original state.
  • In any case, the development of the camp system followed economic lines.
  • A peace camp was set up near the construction site.
  • We worked in the kitchen in turn and performed other services in the camp.
  • He remained in a prisoner of war camp for the rest of the war.
  • A week long camp is also held prior to the beginning of the fall session.
  • Some of these members lost their lives while some were forced into re-education camps.
  • He scored higher on the test than any player in the Camp's history.
  • Most did not return to the city after their release from the camps.
  • These camp residents have access to basic services, those outside do not.
  • The camp is free and open to the public, except for night practices.
  • The camp's director later described their meeting as "love at first sight".
  • We get to know her better when camp's over.
  • At least three full-time training camps were set up to train potential officers.
  • So that was how it came about that our little friends became interested in the fresh-air camp. Cited from Bobbsey Twins in the Country, by Laura Lee Hope #1
  • Their village was near what is now known as the camp's dining hall.
  • He subsequently spent nine months in an Italian prisoner of war camp.
  • In most university bands, band camp means an earlier move-in date for university students in the band.
  • Separated from his three sisters and mother, he went to the same camp as his father.
  • A quarter the camp's food supplies was still left, and that was all. Cited from The Young Engineers in Nevada, by H. Irving Hancock
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Meaning of camp

  • noun Temporary living quarters specially built by the army for soldiers
    wherever he went in the camp the men were grumbling
  • noun A group of people living together in a camp
    the whole camp laughed at his mistake
  • noun Temporary lodgings in the country for travelers or vacationers
    level ground is best for parking and camp areas
  • noun A penal institution (often for forced labor)
    China has many camps for political prisoners
  • noun Something that is considered amusing not because of its originality but because of its unoriginality
    the living room was pure camp
  • noun Shelter for persons displaced by war or political oppression or for religious beliefs
  • noun A site where care and activities are provided for children during the summer months
    city kids get to see the country at a summer camp
  • verb Live in or as if in a tent
    Can we go camping again this summer?, The circus tented near the town, The houseguests had to camp in the living room
  • verb Establish or set up a camp
  • verb Give an artificially banal or sexual quality to