Definition of 'campsite'
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Example sentences containing 'campsite'
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Some parks or campsites may have a minimum or maximum stay. The Sun (2012)Please check direct with your selected park or campsite regarding extra charges. The Sun (2011)Or why not stay at a campsite in a holiday home? The Sun (2007)It has a database of more than 3,600 campsites and touring parks and a great range of facilities. The Sun (2014)There's a good campsite there. IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)Could you recommend a good campsite that we can use as a central base with good facilities such as pools, restaurants and play areas? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Equally good at the campsite, on the beach or in a festival field, it comes in six colours and folds away into a neat little carry bag. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Translations for 'campsite'
British English: campsite /ˈkæmpˌsaɪt/ NOUN
A campsite or a camping site is a place where people who are on holiday can stay in tents.
- American English: campsite
- Arabic: مَوْقِعُ الـتَّخْيِيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: local de camping
- Chinese: 野营地
- Croatian: logorište
- Czech: kemp
- Danish: campingplads
- Dutch: kampeerterrein
- European Spanish: campamento camping
- Finnish: leirintäalue
- French: terrain de camping
- German: Campingplatz
- Greek: χώρος κατασκήνωσης
- Italian: campeggio
- Japanese: キャンプ場
- Korean: 야영지
- Norwegian: campingplass
- Polish: pole namiotowe
- European Portuguese: parque de campismo
- Romanian: loc de campare
- Russian: палаточный лагерь
- Spanish: campamento
- Swedish: tältplats
- Thai: บริเวณที่ตั้งค่าย
- Turkish: kamp yeri
- Ukrainian: кемпінг
- Vietnamese: nơi cắm trại
Definition of campsite from the Collins English Dictionary
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