Definition of labor camp in English:

labor camp

Syllabification: la·bor camp


  • A prison camp in which a regime of hard labor is enforced.
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    • These units also identify and assign new locations for future labour camps that comply to the regulations to be built.
    • In fact, right-wing complaints about the migratory labor camps operated by the Farm Security Administration led him to send Rothstein to the state in the first place.
    • The campaign by Canadian citizens and government workers appears to be having an effect inside the labour camps as well.

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