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campy

adjective uk   /ˈkæm.pi/ mainly US informal ( UK usually camp) us  
used to describe an activity, or someone's behaviour or appearance, that is funny because it is obviously intended to be strange or shocking: The result is a mixed bag of campy humour and special effects.
Translations of “campy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 古怪搞笑的, 裝模作樣的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 古怪搞笑的, 装模作样的…
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