a place where people live in tents or huts, usually for a short time
a place where people live in tents or huts, often unwilling and for a long time
a group of people or organizations who share the same ideas or principles, especially in politics
live in a camp; make a camp
"wherever he went in the camp the men were grumbling"
"the whole camp laughed at his mistake"
"level ground is best for parking and camp areas"
"China has many camps for political prisoners"
"the living room was pure camp"
"city kids get to see the country at a summer camp"
"they played up the silliness of their roles for camp effect"
"campy Hollywood musicals of the 1940's"
"Can we go camping again this summer?"
"The circus tented near the town"
"The houseguests had to camp in the living room"
The Youth of Rome..pitch their sudden Camp before the Foe.
The troops would be camped along the river side.
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
The boys like camping out in good weather.
It was getting dark, so we had to camp out in the woods.
天黑下来了,我们不得不在树林里露宿。 camp out
As they expected to move out almost immediately, they were camping out together in a small room.
他们因为差不多马上就要搬了,就暂时合住在一个小房间里。 camp sb ⇔ out
The troops were camped out near the town.
她在第三幕中表演得似乎过火了。 camp sth ⇔ up
Brian was always camping it up and pretending to be queer to make us laugh.
误 They went to camp in Chengde yesterday.
正 They went camping in Chengde yesterday.
析 和“去打猎(go hunting)”等用法一样,去宿营说go camping,不说go to camp。