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holiday camp

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Definition of holiday camp in English:

noun

British
A site for holidaymakers with accommodation, entertainment, and leisure facilities.
Example sentences
  • We were taken on daytrips to the countryside and various seaside resorts and we always had the most wonderful 2 weeks summer holiday at a holiday camp usually with a lot of aunts and uncles, and it was always something to look forward to.
  • John and Lorraine learned that the girls had bought some vodka from an off-licence on their way to a disco at the holiday camp where they were staying.
  • Laura worked as an entertainer at a holiday camp and left the company last year after being offered a singing job in Cyprus.

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