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British English: /ˈkampɪŋ/


  • I like camping
    me gusta ir de camping or de campamento or de acampada
    no camping
    prohibido acampar
    Example sentences
    • When we went camping, Deirdre never wanted to be far from a real toilet and real showers.
    • A group of young, inexperienced Boy Scouts wanted to go CAMPING!
    • Bring your own water when you go camping or hiking, instead of drinking from sources like mountain streams.

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