Definition of 'campus'
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Campus access challenges represent more than a roadblock to campus ministry. Christianity Today (2000)They will also be banned from university campuses and prisons. Times, Sunday Times (2011)These could be offered on university campuses or in partnership with colleges. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She has already toured its campus with her family. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That is one reason why pressures for social change often find fertile grounds on college campuses. Sociology (1995)The main campus is conveniently based in the city centre. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The move is part of government efforts to improve the social mix on university campuses. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Texas is also on course to allow concealed weapons on college campuses for the first time. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If the new campus goes ahead it would probably be in partnership with another college or university. Times, Sunday Times (2013)More cheering news from our university campuses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Social scene Each campus offers its own unique social opportunities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Worst feature The two campuses are a bit far from each other. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Location A leafy green campus half an hour from London. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'campus'
British English: campus /ˈkæmpəs/ NOUN
A campus is the area of land containing the main buildings of a college or university.
- American English: campus
- Arabic: حَرَمُ الـجَامِعَةِ أو الكُلِّيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: campus
- Chinese: 校园
- Croatian: kampus
- Czech: kampus
- Danish: campus
- Dutch: campus
- European Spanish: campus
- Finnish: kampus
- French: campus
- German: Campus
- Greek: πανεπιστημιούπολη
- Italian: campus
- Japanese: キャンパス
- Korean: 교정
- Norwegian: universitetsområde
- Polish: kampus
- European Portuguese: campus
- Romanian: campus
- Russian: студенческий городок
- Spanish: recinto universitario
- Swedish: universitetsområde
- Thai: วิทยาเขต
- Turkish: kampüs
- Ukrainian: кампус
- Vietnamese: học sở
Definition of campus from the Collins English Dictionary
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