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campo

See also campò

Italian

Etymology

Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Portuguese campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Spanish campo, Tetum kampu.

Noun

campo m. (plural campi)

  1. field (agricultural, sports or battle)

Derived terms

  • campo d'aviazione - airfield
  • campo di calcio - football pitch
  • campo di concentramento - concentration camp
  • campo da cricket - cricket pitch
  • campo da golf - golf course
  • campo di battaglia - battlefield
  • campo di grano - cornfield
  • campo da tennis - tennis court
  • campo di visibilità field of visibility
  • campo giochi - play area
  • campo lungo - longshot (film)
  • campo petrolifero - oilfield

Verb

campo

  1. First-person singular present tense of campare.

Portuguese

Etymology

Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Italian campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Spanish campo, Tetum kampu.

Noun

campo (plural: campos)

  1. The country; the countryside

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Spanish

Etymology

Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Italian campo, Portuguese campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Tetum kampu.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /'kampo/

Noun

campo m. (plural campos)

Singular
campo m.

Plural
campos m.

  1. countryside, country
  2. (New Mexican Spanish) camp (loan translation of English)

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