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    名词复数:camps 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: n.营地,帐篷,阵营;
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    n.
    ①[C][U]营,野营,临时营房;帐篷;
    an army camp
    兵营.
    a concentration camp
    集中营.
    a prisoner of war camp
    战俘营.
    a summer camp
    夏令营.
    a camp near the top of the mountain
    临近山巅的营房.
    be in camp
    露营.
    go back to camp
    回营.
    pitch a camp
    扎营.
    strike (break) camp =break (pack) up camp
    拔营.
    ②[C]阵营;阵线;
    be in the same camp
    志同道合的;观点相同的.
    belong to different political camp
    属于不同的政治阵营.
    ③[U]军队生活;
    vi.
    安营,扎营;
    camp near the top of the mountain
    在山峰附近扎营.
    -扩展释义
    【纺织产品】
    账蓬
    n. 【化学】
    3,5环腺苷酸,环腺苷酸,营地,帐篷,阵营;野营,设营
    The fire swung around the camp and the flames were everywhere.
    大火在帐篷周围蔓延,到处是熊熊的火焰。
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    词性:adjective

    例句1. a heavily made-up and highly camp actor’

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    例句2. a film full of camp humour and slapstick’

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    词性:noun

    例句1. an army camp

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    Characterized by camp or kitsch, especially when deliberate or intentional.
    “Historical fiction varies from campy romance to character studies with imaginative insights more exact than fact.”
    “She’d been sitting quietly up until this point, but decided to have a great old yak in protest while Lee does this really appalling campy dance.”
    “The way he escapes capture is amusingly campy and clever, and the fight scene is dizzying with an unexpected twist.”
    Very campy.
    Suitable for camping.

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    campness
    同义词: campiness
    (art) The quality of being camp
    campiness
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    (art) The quality of being campy
    “Still, here, as in the calculated Gong Show campiness of El Grande de Coca-Cola […] , excellence would simply get in the way.”
    “While it had a neat premise it depended on its campiness and the unjaded eyes of 1950s moviegoers to accept the special effects and the film.”
    “Although Smith’s campiness can be appreciated multi-textually, the camp of his acting is best explored in terms of his film roles.”
    A gathering or event at which people sleep outdoors or camp.
    “Weeks later at a staff campout, he arrived with his guitar, harmonica and some interesting microbrews.”
    “The campout event will be at the Thunderbird Marina on the west side of Milford Lake, in Junction City.”
    “The campout featured a bonfire, where everyone roasted hot dogs and made s’mores, and listened to campfire stories.”
    Any of the outdoor skills associated with camping expeditions, such as map-reading.
    “Orienteering, team challenges and campcraft formed the bulk of level 1 subject matter.”
    “As part of their expeditions, young people are taught skills including campcraft, map reading and mountain survival.”
    “Beginners in this lore would do well to get a thorough knowledge of campcraft by going about it one step at a time.”
    A fire at a campground or on a camping trip, often used for cooking, to provide light and heat, to drive away bugs, and as a focal point for sitting around in the evening and talking, telling stories, and singing.
    “Trosley’s next event, an evening of Russian folk music round a campfire, is taking place on Saturday.”
    “It is hours since the campfire guttered to ash, but the stars remain alight, burning with fluid intensity.”
    “There are reggae jams and Velvet Underground dirges, one-minute tracks that float by like nothing and sprawling campfire singalongs.”

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