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English definition of “camper”

camper

noun [C]  /ˈkæm·pər/ us  

camper noun [C] (PERSON)

a person who stays and sleeps in an outside area for one or more days and nights, usually in a tent: In the summer several thousand campers use this park every day.

camper noun [C] (TENT/BUILDING/VEHICLE)

A camper is also a large vehicle in which you can sleep and eat, sometimes built as one unit with a car and sometimes as a unit that can be separated.
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