jamboree


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jam·bo·ree

 (jăm′bə-rē′)
n.
1. A noisy celebration.
2. A large assembly, often international, especially of Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts.
3. A mass gathering or assembly, as of a political party or association.

[Origin unknown.]

jamboree

(ˌdʒæmbəˈriː)
n
1. a large and often international gathering of Scouts
2. a party or spree
[C19: of uncertain origin]

jam•bo•ree

(ˌdʒæm bəˈri)

n.
1. a carousal; any noisy merrymaking.
2. a festive gathering, often including speeches and entertainment.
3. a large national or international gathering of the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts (disting. from camporee).
[1860–65, Amer.; perhaps b. jabber and shivaree, with m from jam1 crowd]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jamboree - a gay festivityjamboree - a gay festivity      
festivity, celebration - any joyous diversion

jamboree

noun festival, party, fête, celebration, blast (U.S. slang), rave (Brit. slang), carnival, spree, jubilee, festivity, beano (Brit. slang), merriment, revelry, carouse, rave-up (Brit. slang), carousal, frolic, hooley or hoolie (chiefly Irish & N.Z.) a fund-raising jamboree in aid of sickle-cell research
Translations
إجْتِماع كَبير وحيَويإجْتِماع كَشْفي دولي: جمبوري
jamboreeshromáždění
gildejamboree
dzsemborimuri
hávær veislaskátamót
pokylissąskrydis
dzīresjandāliņšskautu salidojums
jamborec
eğlentiiçki âlemiizci toplantısı

jamboree

[ˌdʒæmbəˈriː] N
1. [of Scouts] → congreso m de exploradores
2.francachela f, juerga f

jamboree

n (Scouts’) → Pfadfindertreffen nt; (dated: = party) → Rummel m (inf); village jamboreeDorffest nt

jamboree

[ˌdʒæmbəˈriː] n (party, merrymaking) → baldoria; (of scouts) → raduno

jamboree

(dʒӕmbəˈriː) noun
1. a large and lively gathering.
2. a rally of Boy Scouts, Girl Guides etc.
References in classic literature ?
Susan and I had planned such a nice little jamboree for your last night here.
There's to be no end of dances and drives and general jamborees.
MR JAMBOREE, winner of 10 races, has been retired from racing at the age of 12.
At the Colorado Jamboree, the dealers present included Bob and Alberta Taylor, of Bob's Archery Sales, Denver, Colo.
This holds true for Juneteenth Jamboree as much as for The Tan Chaateuse.
Porcupine children, well-behaved, Have candy floss grubs for tea; Wildberry bread with nut butter is spread At the porcupine jamboree.
Hill, Virginia for the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, they will be sporting a high tech bracelet that allows them to purchase snacks and souvenirs with the simple swipe of their wrists, all thanks to Radnor, Pennsylvania based FreedomPay, and the company's highly flexible transaction gateway, FreeWay(TM).
The winning projects introduced to the world at the iGEM 2015 Giant Jamboree were remarkable, and iGEM is proud to recognize the following teams as 2015 iGEM Grand Prize winners:
It is the 23rd World Jamboree and for the local youngsters and is the culmination of many months of planning.
Gosforth explorer Stephen Parkin, who is one of eight scouts from the city, said: "I'm most looking forward to experiencing all kinds of different cultures in the special Jamboree way, which is difficult to find anywhere else and meeting so many new people and hopefully some good friends too.
The contract is to support the organization in 2015 XXV World Scout Jamboree in 2023 and preceding events: the World Rally 100th anniversary of the Polish Scouting Association in 2018 and the European Jamboree in 2021.
The three adult volunteers will be going as part of the International Service Team (IST) at the Jamboree and will take up roles including running activities and looking after the participants' welfare.