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Translation of "camp" - English-Spanish dictionary

camp

noun   /kæmp/
B1 an area where people stay in tents for a short time, usually on holiday camping, campamento We set up camp near a stream.
US a place where people, especially children, can go to visit or live for a short time to enjoy nature or do organized activities campamento Are you going to summer camp?
an area containing temporary buildings or tents used for soldiers, prisoners, etc. campamento, campo
verb   /kæmp/
A2 to stay in a tent or other temporary shelter acampar We camped on the beach for two nights.
(Definition of camp from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

camp

noun /kӕmp/
a piece of ground with tents pitched on it. campamento a Scout camp.
a collection of buildings, huts or tents in which people stay temporarily for a certain purpose campamento, campamento de verano a holiday/vacation camp.
a military station, barracks etc campamento militar The Romans set up a military camp called Vindobona.
a party or side bando The two men belong to completely different political camps.
camper noun
a person who goes camping campista weekend campers.
(also camper vanBritish) a motor-caravan caravana a two-berth camper They are touring Australia in a camper van.
camping noun
camping Cape Arid is a popular location for camping.
camp bed noun
(British ) a light folding bed (not only for camping); cot(American) cama plegable You will have to sleep on the camp bed.
camp fire noun
the fire on which campers cook, and round which they sit in the evening etc hoguera Everyone gathered around the campfire.
campsite noun
a piece of land on which tents may be pitched camping, campamento an official campsite.
(Definition of camp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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