例句1. a heavily made-up and highly camp actor’
Jesus, Dad, you don’t expect them to call it a detention camp , do you?
The Auschwitz concentration camp always remind the world of the holocaust.
The defeated army trailed back to camp .
A man camp up one evening,humping his swag.
It was reported that the soldiers in the camp were vaccinated with smallpox virus.
Our holiday camp (vacationland), cool in summer and warm in winter, brings an irresistible temptation to you.
Take your family to this picturesque holiday camp for a weekend, and you can certainly feast your eyes on the scenery here.
The summer camp offers convenience to children. There, large sun shades, swimming suits, plastic life buoys can be hired and various drinks bought.
Don’t get within range of their big guns; surround the camp from a distance.
When the family is transported to auschwitz with other Jews, Benigni as the father tells his son there will be prizes for the person who can be bravest, even as he struggles with the prison camp conditions and death all around
When he returned from a summer at camp , he had hardened and become fit.
The first and principal means of repression used by the SS was the concentration camp , in which were developed and perfected systems of terror employing all the resources available to modern technology
The junior officers live in camp .
The next day Cherokee Sal had such rude sepulture as Roaring Camp afforded
The prisoners were marched off to the camp .
The officer in charge secured the camp against attack.
Attack the enemy camp in reprisal [as a reprisal]
According to the ruling of the International Tribunal, Bosnian Muslim Firallic was not responsible for the atrocity committed against the serbian prisoners of war in the Zerabic Camp
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The general tried to locate the enemy’s camp .
The general was followed by a large number of army officers as he walked round camp .
She was caught by the Nazis and did two years of concentration camp .
Her performance was pure camp
She adored parades, lectures, conventions, camp meetings, church revivals-in fact every kind of dissipation
We will put up our tents and camp here for the night.
A spirit of hopelessness pervaded the refugee camp .
Life in the camp had hardened him considerably
Camp is popularity plus vulgarity plus innocence(Indra Jahalani)
So many refugee have arrive that the camp have reach saturation point.
A place where hoboes camp .
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1.(of a man or his manner) ostentatiously and extravagantly effeminate.
‘a heavily made-up and highly _camp_ actor’
‘Nicholas, in his own effeminately _camp_ style, made the waitress describe the contents of several of the desserts, and only chose something after much cogitation.’
2.Deliberately exaggerated and theatrical in style.
‘the movie seems more _camp_ than shocking or gruesome’
‘His _camp_ , squeaking, self-absorbed, Irish puppydog charm worked its magic on the voting audience.’
1.A complex of buildings for holiday accommodation, with recreational facilities.
‘Funding will permit the _camp_ to install new washroom facilities and a ‘Challenge Ropes Course’.’
‘The system works with youngsters in a variety of settings, including _camps_ , schools, and residential treatment facilities.’
2.A fenced field or enclosed area for grazing.
‘Fencing the boundaries of a farm, its _camps_ and paddocks can cost as much as the land.’
3.A place where livestock regularly congregate or where a mustered herd is assembled.
4.A place with temporary accommodation of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by soldiers, refugees, or travelling people.
‘We are not a symbolic representation of war, of a refugee _camp_ , or a shantytown.’
‘People are forced into overcrowded _camps_ and public buildings, and spread of communicable diseases is facilitated.’
5.A summer holiday programme for children, offering a range of activities.
‘he became the dramatic counselor at _camp_ ’
‘The reconstruction of the _camp_ as a stone building rather than a more realistic wooden frame complex adds to the fairy-tale setting.’
6.An enclosed or fortified prehistoric site, especially an Iron Age hill fort.
‘Artefacts include Roman pottery, bones and flints which show the town was the site of a _camp_ used by nomadic hunters nearly 7,000 years ago.’
‘The palace which was built over the site of the Roman _camp_ is likely to have been erected by Cogidubnus, although he may not have lived to see it completed in the late 70s.’
7.Deliberately exaggerated and theatrical behaviour or style.
‘Hollywood _camp_ ’
‘It is a dazzling performance layered with more than a hint of theatrical _camp_ .’
8.Temporary overnight lodging in tents.
‘we pitched _camp_ at a fine spot’
‘They rode out of town quickly, avoiding all people and continued riding until they made _camp_ in a dense forest.’
9.The supporters of a particular party or doctrine regarded collectively.
‘both the liberal and conservative _camps_ were annoyed by his high-handed manner’
‘Both _camps_ regard nature as a world in which the human being cannot meaningfully participate.’
1.(of a man) behave in an ostentatiously effeminate way.
‘he camped it up a bit for the cameras’
‘It was just wonderful, because he was camping it up, that’s all.’
2.(of livestock) assemble together for rest.
3.Divide (land) and enclose with fences.
4.Live for a time in a tent, especially while on holiday.
‘holiday parks in which you can _camp_ or stay in a chalet’
‘‘We’ve spent a few holidays camping out there with the girls,’ Frank Karreman says.’
5.Lodge temporarily, especially in an inappropriate or uncomfortable place.
‘we camped out for the night in a mission schoolroom’
‘To research the book, Waters camped out in the Imperial War Museum near her flat.’
6.Remain persistently in one place.
‘the press will be camping on your doorstep once they get on to this story’
‘The press camped outside his house.’
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