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camp·er

 (kăm′pər)
n.
1. One that camps, such as a person lodging temporarily in a tent or cabin.
2.
a. A motor vehicle with space and equipment, either in a rear compartment or in an attached trailer, for sleeping and simple housekeeping, used for camping and recreational travel.
b. The rear compartment or attached trailer of such a vehicle.
c. A camper shell.

camper

(ˈkæmpə)
n
1. a person who lives or temporarily stays in a tent, cabin, etc
2. a vehicle equipped for camping out

camp•er

(ˈkæm pər)

n.
1. a person who camps out for recreation, esp. in the wilderness.
2. a person who attends a summer camp or day camp.
3. a trucklike vehicle, van, or trailer fitted or suitable for recreational camping.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.camper - someone living temporarily in a tent or lodge for recreationcamper - someone living temporarily in a tent or lodge for recreation
vacationer, vacationist - someone on vacation; someone who is devoting time to pleasure or relaxation rather than to work
2.camper - a recreational vehicle equipped for camping out while travelingcamper - a recreational vehicle equipped for camping out while traveling
R.V., recreational vehicle, RV - a motorized wheeled vehicle used for camping or other recreational activities
caravan, van - a camper equipped with living quarters
Translations
سَيّارةٌ مَقْطورَةٌ للتَّخييممُخَيِّمٌ، مُقيمٌ في مُخَيَّممُعَسْكَر
táborníkkempinkový vůz
campistautocamper
telttailija
kampist
kempingezõlakóautó
hjólhÿsimaîur í útilegu
キャンプする人
야영자
táborník
stanovanjska prikolicatabornik
tältare
ชาวค่าย
người đi cắm trại

camper

[ˈkæmpəʳ] N
1. (= person) → campista mf; (in holiday camp) → veraneante mf
2. (also camper van) → caravana f, autocaravana f

camper

[ˈkæmpər] n
(= person) → campeur/euse m/f
(also camper van) → camping-car m

camper

n
Camper(in) m(f)
(= vehicle: also camper van) → Wohnmobil nt

camper

[ˈkæmpəʳ] n (person) → campeggiatore/trice; (vehicle) → camper m inv

camp

(kӕmp) noun
1. a piece of ground with tents pitched on it.
2. a collection of buildings, huts or tents in which people stay temporarily for a certain purpose. a holiday camp.
3. a military station, barracks etc.
4. a party or side. They belong to different political camps.
verb
(also go camping) to set up, and live in, a tent / tents. We camped on the beach; We go camping every year.
ˈcamper noun
1. a person who goes camping.
2. (especially American) a motor-caravan.
ˈcamping noun
camp bed (American cot)
a light folding bed (not only for camping). The visitor will have to sleep on a camp bed.
camp-fire noun
the fire on which campers cook, and round which they sit in the evening etc.
ˈcampsite noun
a piece of land on which tents may be pitched.

camper

مُعَسْكَر táborník campist Camper κατασκηνωτής campista telttailija campeur kampist camper キャンプする人 야영자 kampeerder campingturist obozowicz campista, roulotte турист tältare ชาวค่าย kampçı người đi cắm trại 露营者
References in classic literature ?
For guests they had, especially in the warm, long summers, and usually they were her friends from the city, who were put to camp in tents which they cared for themselves, and where, like true campers, they had also to cook for themselves.
They were experienced campers themselves, as she quickly discovered when she saw the pots and pans and clothes-boilers for the mussels which they had brought.
Once you have ascertained that a camper has persistent homesickness, do your best to find out from the camp director, program director, and/or fellow staff members as much as you can about the camper.
To get started, a counselor has a private talk with the camper who is struggling to fit in or make friends.
In our quest for customer satisfaction, we fulfill campers' needs by providing a fun, secure, and nurturing environment.
To qualify for admission to Green River, campers must complete an application which includes a brief camper essay and a teacher recommendation form.
The number of summer camper weeks generated in 2005 helps assess the impact of camp opportunities for children.
When a camper has a possession stolen or broken, children need to report this to their adult supervisors.
Familiarity with these stages can help staff to be more effective as counselors and as group leaders, and guide us in appropriate responses to camper behavior.
* At a cost of only $10 per camper, this is an efficient, powerful, portable intervention that any camp could use to reduce homesickness.
** Help the camper clarify his or her feelings with brief, reflective statements that echo the camper's own words and emotional state, like "It sounds like it's been a very hard time for you.
Materials should clarify that campers and their families share in the responsibility for the camper's well-being, including the determination of camper suitability for the camp experience and for understanding and managing the risks.