Noun: лагерь стан табор стоянка
Adjective: лагерный
Verb: располагаться лагерем жить в палатках жить временно без всяких удобств


labour / work camp - исправительно-трудовой лагерь

to make / pitch / set up a camp - разбить лагерь, расположиться лагерем

as camp as a row of tents - чрезмерно выпячивающий свою гомосексуальность

incarceration in a camp - лишение свободы

to serve time in a camp - отбывать срок в лагере

camp / folding chair - складной стул

mining camp - шахта, рудник

to make a raid upon the enemy's camp - совершить набег на лагерь противника

camp-on busy - постановка вызова на ожидание при занятости

camp-on-busy - задержка из-за занятости номера

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Let's go back to camp - it's getting dark. - Давайте вернемся в лагерь, - уже темнеет.

He fired his camp. - Он поджёг свой лагерь.

Life in the camp drained him - Жизнь в лагере истощила его силы

The cliffs rim the camp. - Утёсы окружают лагерь.

Long hair gave him a camp look - Длинные волосы придавали ему женские черты.

The camp was surrounded by a high fence. - Лагерь был обнесён высоким забором.

He calls it a paradise compared to the camp. - Он говорит, что в сравнении с лагерем это сущий рай.

You might offend your hosts if you camp it up at the party in your usual way. - Если ты опять разойдешься, как с тобой все время случается, ты можешь обидеть хозяев.

The living room was pure camp. - В гостиной царила полная безвкусица.

When they were first married, Jim and Mary had no home of their own, so they had to camp out with Mary's parents. - Когда Джим и Мэри только-только поженились, у них не было собственной квартиры, поэтому им пришлось поселиться у родителей Мэри.

Check in at camp HQ by 8:00. - Зарегистрируйтесь в штабе лагеря до 8:00.

He works as a camp counselor. - Он работает вожатым в лагере.

He trenched his military camp. - Он окружил свой военный лагерь траншеями.

Refugees flooded into the camp. - В лагерь хлынул поток беженцев.

Can we go camping again this summer? - Можно мы летом опять пойдём в поход?

an opportune place to make camp - подходящее место, чтобы разбить лагерь

They set up camp next to the dig. - Они разбили лагерь рядом с раскопками.

They slowly trod back to the camp. - Они медленно зашагали обратно к лагерю.

He canoed down the river to the camp. - Он поплыл по реке к лагерю на байдарке.

It was dark by the time we pitched camp. - К тому времени, когда мы разбили лагерь, уже стемнело.

The camp was at all times in good police. - Лагерь всё время был в чистоте.

Conditions at the camp are very primitive. - Условия проживания в лагере — очень примитивные.

the wretched conditions of the refugee camp - невыносимые условия жизни в лагере для беженцев

The society was divided into two enemy camps. - Общество разделилось на два враждующих лагеря.

The camp had only a primitive outdoor toilet. - В лагере был только (один) примитивный туалет на улице.

China has many camps for political prisoners. - В Китае есть много лагерей для политических заключённых.

They set out on their return to the base camp. - Они отправились обратно в базовый лагерь.

The houseguests had to camp in the living room. - Гостям пришлось разместиться /стать лагерем/ в гостиной.

Level ground is best for parking and camp areas. - Ровные участки земли являются лучшими для размещения стоянки и лагерной зоны.

The guidepost said that the camp was to the left. - Согласно надписи на указательном столбе, лагерь находился слева.

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army camp: A camp is a collection of huts and other buildings that is provided for a particular group of people, such as refugees, prisoners, or soldiers, as a place to live or stay .

base camp: an encampment that serves as a staging area for a larger activity, for example in mountaineering

boot camp: In the United States, a boot camp is a camp where people who have just joined the army, navy, or marines are trained.

camp bed: A camp bed is a small bed that you can fold up.

camp out: If you say that people camp out somewhere in the open air, you are emphasizing that they stay there for a long time, because they are waiting for something to happen.

camp oven: a metal pot or box with a heavy lid, used for baking over an open fire

camp pie: tinned meat

fat camp: a residential camp at which children undergo a programme of exercise, diet change, etc, intended to help them lose weight

high camp: effeminate ; affected in mannerisms, dress, etc

low camp: effeminate ; affected in mannerisms, dress, etc

POW camp: Prisoner of War camp : a place where soldiers who have been captured by their enemy during a war are kept as prisoners until the end of the war

rest camp: a camp where soldiers rest

work camp: a camp set up for young people who voluntarily do manual work on a worthwhile project

break camp: to pack up equipment and leave a camp

camp chair: a lightweight folding chair

Camp David: the US president's retreat in the Appalachian Mountains, Maryland : scene of the Camp David Agreement ( Sept, 1978) between Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Menachem Begin of Israel, mediated by Jimmy Carter, which outlined a framework for establishing peace in the Middle East. This agreement was the basis of the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt signed in Washington, DC ( March, 1979)

camp ground: an area on which holiday-makers may pitch a tent, etc

camp robber: → Canada jay

camp stove: a portable stove powered by butane gas canisters, designed to be used for cooking while camping

death camp: A death camp is a place where prisoners are kept, especially during a war, and where many of them die or are killed .

health camp: a camp, usually at the seaside, for children requiring health care

labor camp: a camp for confining political prisoners, prisoners of war, dissidents, etc., who are forced to perform physical labor

labour camp: A labour camp is a kind of prison, where the prisoners are forced to do hard, physical work, usually outdoors .

motor camp: a camp for motorists, tents, and caravans

nudist camp: a resort where nudism is practiced

pitch camp: to settle somewhere or have control of a certain area for a period of time

prison camp: A prison camp is a guarded camp where prisoners of war or political prisoners are kept.

Scout camp: an organized camping event for Scouts

summer camp: In the United States, a summer camp is a place in the country where parents can pay to send their children during the school summer holidays . The children staying there can take part in many outdoor and social activities.

tennis camp: a camp that people go to in order to play and be taught tennis

Camp Bastion: a large British military base in Helmand province, Afghanistan, built in 2006

camp-drafting: a competitive test, esp at an agricultural show, of horsemen's skill in drafting cattle

camp follower: If you describe someone as a camp follower, you mean that they do not officially belong to a particular group or movement but support it for their own advantage .

camp it up: If a performer camps it up, they deliberately perform in an exaggerated and often amusing way.

camp meeting: a religious meeting held in a large tent or outdoors, often lasting several days

holiday camp: In Britain, a holiday camp is a place which provides holiday accommodation and entertainment for large numbers of people.

migrant camp: A camp is a collection of huts and other buildings that is provided for a particular group of people, such as refugees, prisoners, or soldiers, as a place to live or stay .

military camp: A camp is a collection of huts and other buildings that is provided for a particular group of people, such as refugees, prisoners, or soldiers, as a place to live or stay .

refugee camp: a camp for sheltering and protecting people who have fled from some danger or problem, esp political persecution

trailer camp: a mobile home site

training camp: A training camp for soldiers or sports players is an organized period of training at a particular place.

transit camp: a camp in which refugees, soldiers, etc, live temporarily before moving to another destination

aide-de-camp: An aide-de-camp is an officer in the armed forces who helps an officer of higher rank.

aids-de-camp: a military officer serving as personal assistant to a senior

camp counsellor: an adult supervisor assigned to a group of campers at a summer camp

camp counselor: an adult supervisor assigned to a group of campers at a summer camp

detention camp: a compound where prisoners are detained temporarily, as pending determination of their legal status under immigration laws

internment camp: a camp for the accommodation of internees, esp during wartime

makeshift camp: A camp is a collection of huts and other buildings that is provided for a particular group of people, such as refugees, prisoners, or soldiers, as a place to live or stay .

sleepaway camp: a camp providing facilities for teenagers to sleep away from home

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Однокоренные слова:

camp out - ночевать в палатках, ночевать на открытом воздухе
camp up - переигрывать, доводить игру до абсурда

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