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The kids were sent away to camp every summer.
She's spending two weeks at a music camp.
Their camp was just below the summit.
After the war, millions of people ended up in refugee camps.
People in the Brown camp (=who support Brown) deny this rumour.
This film is pure camp.
Reporters had pitched camp outside his house.
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American English version of definition of camp
a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job
a small round hat worn by Jewish men
an expandable stick which you attach to a mobile phone or camera to help you take a selfie …
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Definition of camp from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.