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en·camp

 (ĕn-kămp′)
v. en·camped, en·camp·ing, en·camps
v.intr.
To set up camp or live in a camp.
v.tr.
To provide quarters for in a camp: encamp migrant workers near the fields.

encamp

(ɪnˈkæmp)
vb
to lodge or cause to lodge in a camp

en•camp

(ɛnˈkæmp)

v.t., v.i.
to lodge or settle in a camp.
[1540–50]

encamp


Past participle: encamped
Gerund: encamping

Imperative
encamp
encamp
Present
I encamp
you encamp
he/she/it encamps
we encamp
you encamp
they encamp
Preterite
I encamped
you encamped
he/she/it encamped
we encamped
you encamped
they encamped
Present Continuous
I am encamping
you are encamping
he/she/it is encamping
we are encamping
you are encamping
they are encamping
Present Perfect
I have encamped
you have encamped
he/she/it has encamped
we have encamped
you have encamped
they have encamped
Past Continuous
I was encamping
you were encamping
he/she/it was encamping
we were encamping
you were encamping
they were encamping
Past Perfect
I had encamped
you had encamped
he/she/it had encamped
we had encamped
you had encamped
they had encamped
Future
I will encamp
you will encamp
he/she/it will encamp
we will encamp
you will encamp
they will encamp
Future Perfect
I will have encamped
you will have encamped
he/she/it will have encamped
we will have encamped
you will have encamped
they will have encamped
Future Continuous
I will be encamping
you will be encamping
he/she/it will be encamping
we will be encamping
you will be encamping
they will be encamping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been encamping
you have been encamping
he/she/it has been encamping
we have been encamping
you have been encamping
they have been encamping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been encamping
you will have been encamping
he/she/it will have been encamping
we will have been encamping
you will have been encamping
they will have been encamping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been encamping
you had been encamping
he/she/it had been encamping
we had been encamping
you had been encamping
they had been encamping
Conditional
I would encamp
you would encamp
he/she/it would encamp
we would encamp
you would encamp
they would encamp
Past Conditional
I would have encamped
you would have encamped
he/she/it would have encamped
we would have encamped
you would have encamped
they would have encamped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.encamp - live in or as if in a tentencamp - live in or as if in a tent; "Can we go camping again this summer?"; "The circus tented near the town"; "The houseguests had to camp in the living room"
inhabit, live, populate, dwell - inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
Translations

encamp

[ɪnˈkæmp] VIacamparse

encamp

vidas Lager aufschlagen
vt where the troops were encampedwo die Truppen ihr Lager bezogen hatten

encamp

[ɪnˈkæmp] vi (frm) → accamparsi
References in classic literature ?
Now Night her course began, and over Heav'n Inducing darkness, grateful truce impos'd, And silence on the odious dinn of Warr: Under her Cloudie covert both retir'd, Victor and Vanquisht: on the foughten field MICHAEL and his Angels prevalent Encamping, plac'd in Guard thir Watches round, Cherubic waving fires: on th' other part SATAN with his rebellious disappeerd, Far in the dark dislodg'd, and void of rest, His Potentates to Councel call'd by night; And in the midst thus undismai'd began.
The method of encamping generally observed by the captain was as follows: The twenty wagons were disposed in a square, at the distance of thirty-three feet from each other.
Never are they so happy as when on long and rough expeditions, toiling up rivers or coasting lakes; encamping at night on the borders, gossiping round their fires, and bivouacking in the open air.