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TOEFL IELTS BNC: 2079 COCA: 1188

camp

1 camp /ˈkæmp/ noun
plural camps
1 camp
/ˈkæmp/
noun
plural camps
Learner's definition of CAMP
: a place that is usually far away from cities and that has tents, small houses, etc., that people can live in for a short period of time营地
[count]
[noncount]
see also boot camp, concentration camp, death camp, labor camp, prison camp
: a town that has been set up so people can live there and work nearby新兴市镇
: a place usually in the mountains or by a lake where young people can do different activities during the summer夏令营
[noncount]
[count]
often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
: a place where athletes train before the beginning of a season(运动员的)集训营地
[count]
[noncount]
[count] : a group of people who support or believe in certain ideas阵营

break camp

: to take down the tents and other parts of a camp in order to leave拔营
compare 3camp
2 camp /ˈkæmp/ verb
camps; camped; camping
2 camp
/ˈkæmp/
verb
camps; camped; camping
Learner's definition of CAMP
[no object]
: to sleep outdoors usually in a tent野营;露营;宿营

camp out

[phrasal verb]
: to sleep outdoors usually in a tent野营;露营;宿营
see also campout
informal
: to live in a place for a short period of time暂住
US : to stay in a place for a period of time(在某处)待一段时间
compare 4camp
3 camp /ˈkæmp/ noun
3 camp
/ˈkæmp/
noun
Learner's definition of CAMP
[noncount]
used of art and entertainment when qualities that are normally considered bad (such as excessive emotion and bad acting) are exaggerated so much that they become interesting and funny滑稽可笑;装模作样;(艺术和娱乐表现形式的)夸张
compare 1camp

— camp

adjective

— campily

/ˈkæmpəli/ adverb

— campiness

/ˈkæmpinəs/ noun [singular]

— campy

/ˈkæmpi/ adjective, campier; campiest US
4 camp /ˈkæmp/ verb
camps; camped; camping
4 camp
/ˈkæmp/
verb
camps; camped; camping
Learner's definition of CAMP

camp it up

informal
: to act with exaggerated speech or gestures夸张地表演
compare 2camp
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 2079 COCA: 1188

camp

1 of 5

noun (1)

often attributive
1
a
: a place usually away from urban areas where tents or simple buildings (such as cabins) are erected for shelter or for temporary residence (as for laborers, prisoners, or vacationers)
migrant labor camp
b
: a group of tents, cabins, or huts
fishing camps along the river
c
: a settlement newly sprung up in a lumbering or mining region
d
: a place usually in the country for recreation or instruction often during the summer
goes to camp every July
also : a program offering access to recreational or educational facilities for a limited period of time
computer camp
a resort offering boating and hiking camps
e
: a preseason training session for athletes
the star pitcher injured in camp this spring
2
a
: a body of persons encamped
b(1)
: a group of persons
especially : a group engaged in promoting or defending a theory, doctrine, position, or person
(2)
: an ideological position
3
: military service or life

camp

2 of 5

verb (1)

camped; camping; camps

intransitive verb

1
: to make camp or occupy a camp
2
: to live temporarily in a camp or outdoors
often used with out
3
: to take up one's quarters : lodge
4
: to take up one's position : settle down
often used with out
camp out in the library for the afternoon

transitive verb

: to put into a camp
also : accommodate

camp

3 of 5

noun (2)

1
a
: something so outrageously artificial, affected, inappropriate, or out-of-date as to be considered amusing
This version of the play is camp: outrageous in concept and wild in its execution with double entendres flying every which way.
b
: a style or mode of personal or creative expression that is absurdly exaggerated and often fuses elements of high and popular culture
a movie that celebrates camp
2
: exaggerated effeminate mannerisms (as of speech or gesture)

camp

4 of 5

adjective

: of, relating to, being, or displaying camp : campy
camp send-ups of the songs of the fifties and sixties John Elsom

camp

5 of 5

verb (2)

camped; camping; camps

intransitive verb

: to engage in camp : exhibit the qualities of camp
he … was camping, hands on hips, with a quick eye to notice every man who passed by R. M. McAlmon

Word History

Etymology

Noun (1) and Verb (1)

Middle French, probably from Middle French dialect (Picard) or Old Occitan, from Latin campus plain, field

Noun (2), Adjective, and Verb (2)

origin unknown

First Known Use

Noun (1)

1528, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Verb (1)

1543, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense 1

Noun (2)

circa 1909, in the meaning defined at sense 2

Adjective

1909, in the meaning defined above

Verb (2)

1910, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of camp was in 1528
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 2079 COCA: 1188
camp

noun¹

1in tents/huts帳篷;棚屋ADJECTIVE | VERB + CAMP | CAMP + NOUN | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEmakeshift, temporary臨時營地day, holiday, sleepaway, summer日(間活動)營;度假營;宿營地;夏令營basketball, football, music, etc. (all especially NAmE) 籃球、足球、音樂等度假營The kids were at basketball camp most of the summer.孩子們差不多一夏天都在籃球度假營。scout童子軍營base大本營The mountaineers set up their base camp at the foot of the mountain.登山者在山腳下建立了大本營。Gypsy, travellers' (BrE) 吉普賽人/旅行者的營地army, boot, military軍營;新兵訓練營training訓練營rebel, terrorist叛亂者的/恐怖分子的營地fishing, hunting (both especially NAmE) 釣魚/狩獵營地mining採礦營地VERB + CAMPestablish, make, pitch, set up建營;紮營They established a base camp by the river.他們在河邊建立了大本營。We pitched camp just outside the woods.我們就在樹林外紮營。be located營地位於break, strike拔營We broke camp early the next morning.我們第二天一早就拔營了。leave離開營地attend, go to參加度假營;入營There are opportunities for children to attend summer camps.孩子們有機會參加夏令營。attack, destroy, raid攻擊/破壞/突襲營地Militants raided an army camp.武裝分子突襲了一座軍營。CAMP + NOUNfire (usually campfire) 營火We sat around the campfire.我們圍坐在營火邊。site (usually campsite) 野營地PREPOSITIONat (a/the) camp在營地The children are spending a week at a summer camp.孩子們將在夏令營過一個星期。
camp

noun²

2prison, etc.監獄ADJECTIVE | VERB + CAMP | CAMP + NOUN | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEconcentration, detention, internment, labour/labor, POW, prison, prisoner-of-war, re-education集中營;拘留營;勞改營;戰俘營;改造營death, extermination死亡集中營transit臨時難民營refugee難民營the appalling conditions in the refugee camps難民營的惡劣環境VERB + CAMPbe sent to被送到⋯營enter進入⋯營liberate解放⋯營CAMP + NOUNinmate⋯營的難友guard⋯營的看守survivor⋯營的幸存者concentration camp survivors集中營的幸存者PREPOSITIONin a/the camp在⋯營裏She spent five years in a prison camp.她在戰俘營裏待了 5 年。
camp

noun³

3group with shared beliefs陣營ADJECTIVE | VERB + CAMP | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEhostile, opposing, rival, warring敵對/反對派/對手/交戰陣營ideological, political意識形態陣營;政治集團armed武裝集團The region split into two armed camps.這個地區分裂成為兩個武裝集團。VERB + CAMPdivide into, split into分成不同陣營;分裂成不同集團PREPOSITIONin a/the camp在陣營裏people in both main political camps兩個主要政治陣營中的人PHRASEShave a foot in both camps (= show loyalty to two different groups) 同時效忠兩個立場不同的團體He can unite the party because he has a foot in both camps.他與對立的兩派都有來往,所以能把該黨團結起來。
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 2079 COCA: 1188
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0_0: Translations of camp
  • # n.
    安營: camp
    露營: bivouac, camp, camping, encampment
    野營: camp, camping
    營: army, barrack, battalion, camp
    營壘: barrack, camp
    寨: bastille, camp, cantonment, depot, fortress, presidio
    陣營: camp, faction, group of people
  • # v.
    露營: camp, encamp, outlie

0_0: Definitions of camp
  • # noun.
    - a place with temporary accommodations of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by soldiers, refugees, prisoners, or travelers.
    * the enemy camp
    - the supporters of a particular party or doctrine regarded collectively.
    * the change is aimed at accommodating last year's political agreement between the island territory's pro- and anti-independence camps
    - deliberately exaggerated and theatrical behavior or style.
    * Hollywood camp
  • # verb.
    - live for a time in a camp, tent, or camper, as when on vacation.
    * parks in which you can camp or stay in a chalet
    - behave in an ostentatiously effeminate way (typically used of a man).
    * he camped it up a bit for the cameras
  • # adjective.
    - deliberately exaggerated and theatrical in style, typically for humorous effect.
    * the movie seems more camp than shocking or gruesome

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