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a collection of tents or caravans (=small houses on wheels) that people use when they are travelling
British a motor vehicle used for living in on holidays. It is smaller than a caravan.
British a place where people on holiday can stay in tents or other temporary shelters, usually with toilets and a supply of water. The American word is campground.
British a vehicle that people can live and travel in on holiday. Caravans are usually towed (=pulled) by a car. The American word is trailer
American someone who looks after children at a summer camp
a type of camping that involves staying in a comfortable type of tent with furniture, lots of equipment, and good food and drink
Australian a place where people can stay in a tent or caravan, with toilets, showers, washing machines etc
a place where you can stay in a tent or caravan
American a caravan pulled by a car
American a caravan used as a permanent home
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
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