1 a place where tents, cabins, or other temporary structures are erected for the use of military troops, for training soldiers, etc.
3 tents, cabins, etc., used as temporary lodgings by a group of travellers, holiday-makers, Scouts, Gypsies, etc.
4 the group of people living in such lodgings
5 (S. African) a field or paddock fenced off as pasture
6 a group supporting a given doctrine or theory
the socialist camp
7 modifier suitable for use in temporary quarters, on holiday, etc., esp. by being portable and easy to set up
a camp bed, a camp chair
8 intr; often foll by: down to establish or set up a camp
9 intr; often foll by: out to live temporarily in or as if in a tent
10 tr to put in a camp (C16: from Old French, ultimately from Latin campus field)
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