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English definition of “campus”

campus

noun [C/U]  /ˈkæm·pəs/ us  
the grounds, sometimes including the buildings, of a university, college, or school: [C] Surrounded by lovely trees, the Dartmouth campus is big and beautiful. [U] Freshmen at many universities are not allowed to live off campus (= in houses not on university property).
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