Definition of 'camped'
Translations for 'camped'
British English: camped ADJECTIVE
If people are camped somewhere in the open air, they are living, staying, or waiting there, often in tents.
Most of the refugees are camped high in the mountains.
Definition of camped from the Collins English Dictionary
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