v. t.1.To break up the camp of; to dislodge from camp.
If they could but now uncamp their enemies.
- Milton.
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Even in cases where the translated text is decidedly uncamp, elements of camp aesthetic may be inserted into the translation.
It's very comfortable, glitzy in a surprisingly uncamp way, and very different to the nightclubs I remember from the Dark Ages of the 1980s.
George's wife Janet's not best pleased but even loyal fans may agree the switch is actually a bit of an improvement with a relatively uncamp Dreyfus slotting effortlessly into his new role.