There are 2 main translations of camp in Spanish

: camp1camp2

camp1

campamento, n.

Pronunciation /kæmp//kamp/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(temporary)

      campamento masculine
      a gipsy camp un campamento gitano
      • to pitch camp acampar
      • to break / strike camp levantar el campamento
      • Also, the conditions within refugee camps and other aid distribution centers are not conducive to methodical record-keeping.
      • As we rode into the forest and made camp, I promised myself to really tell her how I felt and what I really was.
      • But as they found a quiet spot and pitched camp for the night, an ominous character appeared on horseback
      • The people in the cities and surrounding refugee camps are desperate.
      • Now, there's a 21st century twist on the Potemkin village: Potemkin refugee camps!
      • In the thick of this, well away from the road, they made camp and waited for the light of dawn.
      • Late that night they made camp in a field by the river.
      • Jahson had cleared up the camp, and no one would ever have known that humans had made camp there.
      • I made camp and a fire and laid my soldier uniform out for her to lie on.
      • The writings of young teenage boys and girls in different refugee camps and occupied towns are the most moving part of the book.
      • Its reporters visited nearly 50 camps, ranging from major bases to relatively isolated outposts.
      • Philip once commented that he pitched camp to suit the needs of his baggage animals.
      • Thousands of local residents face serious health problems in overcrowded refugee camps and temporary shelters.
      • They hiked for the rest of the day and made camp just before sunset.
      • Regrouping in camps diminishes resistance, facilitates extermination and makes it possible to camouflage it, to give it the appearance of a natural death.
      • There are reports of some voting in refugee camps outside the city.
      • For example, artillery crewmen could be asked to do a rotation at a POW camp or a refugee camp.
      • They pitched camp near a stream, where they caught fish for supper, and the horses could graze on fresh, moist grass.
      • She was only a few nights from the monastery when she pitched camp in a desolate swamp.
      • In that misty dawn I rose from our tent in a crowded camp outside the town, with one of the worst hangovers I can recall.
      • They pitched camp in backyards, in the woods or on the beach.
      • Those who managed to escape often turn to the refugee camps in neighboring Chad.
      • Some have taken up residence in private homes while others have gone to abandoned villages or refugee camps.
      • This is the first time a facility inside the camp was hit since Japanese troops were deployed there in January this year.
      • As we made camp well into our fourth night on the road, I curled up into a little ball, pretending to sleep until I was sure all the others were slumbering.
      • We pitched camp about two kilometers out from Mount Crean on the Lashly Glacier.
      • They rode out of town quickly, avoiding all people and continued riding until they made camp in a dense forest.
      • Many neighborhoods, towns, villages, and refugee camps were badly damaged or destroyed.
      • We had pitched camp at dusk, raising the tents beside the ruins of an old rest house on a bluff of rock named Maggu Chatti.
      • An acceptable site was eventually arrived at and we pitched camp.
      • Over four million are in refugee camps in neighbouring countries.
      • We had ridden over 22 miles when we finally made camp near Taylorsville on the South Anna River.
      • People are forced into overcrowded camps and public buildings, and spread of communicable diseases is facilitated.
      • ‘We are not going to seize scout camps and little pup tents,’ Ms Rydalch said.
      • There were too few American troops on the ground and so police stations, ministries, army camps and government buildings were left wide open to the mobs.
      • I suppose memories of their last show was still fresh on the minds of everyone as they pitched camp.
      • We are not a symbolic representation of war, of a refugee camp, or a shantytown.
      • The plan is still under discussion, but the idea is to move people temporarily to tent camps while workers clean and disinfect one neighbourhood at a time.
      • They made camp and watched for more than a week but nothing came.
      • We had her secured in a tent when we made camp last night.

    • 1.2also summer camp(in US)

      campamento de verano masculine
      colonia de vacaciones feminine
      colonia de verano feminine

    • 1.3(permanent)

      army camp campamento militar masculine
      • concentration/labor camp campo de concentración/trabajo

  • 2

    (group, position)
    bando masculine
    to be in the same camp estar en el mismo bando
    • In this regard the situation clearly favors the conservative camp.
    • Partisan research studies have been produced that support both camps.
    • The inter-city rivalry between two large camps of supporters will add an edge to what promises to be an enthralling evening.
    • In this regard, the political camps ought to tackle the issue of changing the presidential election system only after they help state affairs run smoothly and efficiently.
    • Supporters of all camps acknowledge the need to attract young people into the party.
    • The protesters came from two different camps; one group supporting the minister's decision, the other opposing it.
    • Many of the contributors explain how Reagan influenced their shift from liberal or moderate politics into the conservative camp.
    • You have different camps in both parties, Kitty.
    • The day even saw minor clashes among female supporters of the three camps.
    • The party hopes the pro-democracy camp will win at least half of the 60 seats.
    • Scrappiness in both camps was keeping the supporters on the edge of their seats for all the wrong reasons.
    • In this regard, the ruling camp should immediately stop interfering in the investigation in view of the law.
    • While they will surely attempt to show a semblance of unity in the run-up to May's poll, there can be little doubt that tensions between the two camps and their supporters will hit the headlines again soon.
    • Regardless of the camp, each party will basically put its self-development as its first priority.
    • Both the ruling and opposition camps should support it.
    • The election fever is sweeping through Zambia and it is not a surprise there is pushing and pulling amongst politicians both in the ruling party and the opposition camps.
    • Even the good news was marred by signs that the anti-agreement camp within his own party is growing.
    • Both camps ' business supporters claim to be advancing the best interests of corporate Sweden.
    • Both camps hope that the party can examine itself, and respond to the public's expectation for morally upright officials and improved government efficiency.
    • Both camps regard nature as a world in which the human being cannot meaningfully participate.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    acampar
    to go camping ir de camping / de campamento / de acampada
    • Since disappearing, they had been camping in a tent in a field at Eldwick and had been visiting Mark's house to pick up some further provisions when they were seen.
    • I recommend this to anyone for your first day in any strange place, even if the rest of the week you plan on camping without a tent.
    • With the other soldiers he camped in tents at the racetrack.
    • If you're camping on tarmac, it helps to have a tent that will stay up with a minimum number of pegs
    • For most of our stay, we camped on the property of a man who hunts to provide meat a couple of times a week for his family.
    • All I really knew was that we would be camping in a tent.
    • He added that his biggest concern was for people camping in the local caravan park and on the school fields.
    • The river bends inwards away from here, and they could have lit a fire and camped with their tents against the cliffs for protection against the winds.
    • Twenty years ago an enterprising Jack Jackson ran diving holidays from here, his visitors camping in the courtyard of the lighthouse.
    • I would be camping at Kurow Holiday Park which sits right on the back door step of the mighty Waitaki River.
    • I think it's fate that whenever you set up a tent when you go camping, there is always something missing.
    • Hunters can stay safe by not camping in dry waterways.
    • It is also estimated that some one-in-three adults have been camping or taken a caravan holiday at some time.
    • Many had driven from across Germany, pitched tents on the grass and camped for the weekend.
    • Participants will still be welcome to arrive on Sunday, and those who camp may stay over Friday night if they wish.
    • The first leisure visitors did so under the guise of hunting and normally camped in lean-tos or tents.
    • It is now a ghost town with only a few cottages still occupied, but there are interesting historic walks, a thirty bunk lodge, and plenty of space for tent camping.
    • I keep dreaming I'm camping with this gorgeous woman, sometimes in army tents, sometimes in mountain tents, sometimes in wigwams.
    • We were living in the woods, camping out in tents.
    • ‘We've spent a few holidays camping out there with the girls,’ Frank Karreman says.

There are 2 main translations of camp in Spanish

: camp1camp2

camp2

amanerado, adj.

Pronunciation /kæmp//kamp/

adjective

  • 1

    (effeminate)
    amanerado
    afeminado
    • I don't if that the fact that all my gay friends are watching it says something about the demographic of the event's appeal or the fact that I just know a lot of camp gay men.
    • Rosenthal, for all his camp flamboyance at the Alternative Miss World, is married to a curator at the Prado museum in Madrid and has two daughters.
    • Nicholas, in his own effeminately camp style, made the waitress describe the contents of several of the desserts, and only chose something after much cogitation.
    • I've known some very camp gay men through friends and they can be a real laugh to be with if you don't get strung up on your own sexuality when you are in their world.
    • I have met, I believe, the two most affectedly camp people in the country, and I have the mental scars to prove it.
    • This would make a sad camp man with a receding hairline the ultimate in coolness.
    • When I got there, the nurse, a slightly camp guy from the Philippines, shook his head with an expression somewhere between horror and sympathy.
    • We are no strangers to men dressing as women, but they are generally either grossly exaggerated or come across as merely camp.
    • We went to Comptons and were joined by Scottish guy and camp bartender friend of Stephens.
    • So far the woman has voted off four blokes - all of whom have been quite camp - and only one of them has turned out to be gay.
  • 2

    (performance/acting) afectado
    (performance/acting) exagerado
    • The troupe is led by an extremely camp performer in the Stuart Wagstaff mould.
    • Mother Clap's Molly House is a camp spectacle reminiscent of music hall and it has some shockingly funny one liners.
    • Before every number, Stipe ripped a sheet of paper from a pad with camp theatrical flourish.
    • He is the hyper-active dynamo in a very strong cast, giving a showy performance full of camp malice.
    • It's hard to know where provocation ends and camp self-parody begins.
    • It's retro kitsch, wonderfully camp, gleefully perverse and exaggerated and utterly great fun throughout.
    • His camp, squeaking, self-absorbed, Irish puppydog charm worked its magic on the voting audience.
    • But the camp performer always knows that he is being sentimental and enjoys the indulgence.
    • She covers this with deft skill and a versatile voice that can sweetly caress or swoop with camp theatrical grandeur.
    • Featuring an ageing Las Vegas showgirl, brilliantly performed by Nadine Tyson, it mixed camp style and pathos with the glitz and energy of showbiz.
    • The mannerisms of the male troupers were too deliberately camp to capture the nuances of the Kern stories they were supposed to be illustrating.
    • Indeed, Olivier had a peculiar prose style, both camp and grandiose.
    • These shows are some distance from either the cheeky chappy style which made Paul Daniels a star, or the camp melodrama of American David Copperfield.

noun

  • 1

    (affected behavior, style)
    amaneramiento masculine
    afectación feminine
    • It wears its queerness like a flashy Dolce and Gabbana blouse, with style and humor and camp - but an intentional lack of tragedy.
    • What's amazing about director Leonard Kastle's style is his ability to leap between camp and genuine moments of terror during the murder scenes.
    • This lends an air of deliberate camp to a play that needs no such favours, and which would amuse with more subtlety in their absence.
    • It is a dazzling performance layered with more than a hint of theatrical camp.
    • The film deliberately plays for camp and kitsch, and then suddenly it becomes quite gothic.
    • With its abundant use of tiaras, leather boots, heavy makeup it was a romp that cleverly indulged in theatrical camp, yet steered clear of more obvious homosexual camp.
    • It's all a far cry from the formality and overblown camp of Sketch.
    • In the hands of less-assured actors, The Maids can slip into humourless camp.