See also: Camper

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camp (verb) +‎ -er

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camper (plural campers)

  1. A person who camps, especially in a tent etc.
    There were thousands of campers at the music festival.
  2. A motor vehicle with a rear compartment for living and sleeping in.
  3. (video games) A person who stays in one spot during a first-person shooting game, to guard an item etc.
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camp (adjective) +‎ -er

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camper

  1. comparative form of camp: more camp

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camper m (plural campers)

  1. smallholder
  2. (heraldry) field

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Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from English camper.

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  • IPA(key): /kaːmpər/, [ˈkʰæːmb̥ɐ]

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camper c (singular definite camperen, plural indefinite campere)

  1. camper (motor vehicle with a rear compartment for living and sleeping in) [from 1986]
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See campere (to camp).

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  • IPA(key): /kampeːr/, [kʰɑmˈpʰeːˀɐ̯]

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camper or campér

  1. imperative of campere

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Borrowed from English camper.

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camper m (plural campers, diminutive campertje n)

  1. A camper (recreational vehicle), a motor home.

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camper

  1. to camp
  2. to plant, install, stand firmly

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Unadapted borrowing from English camper.

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camper m (invariable)

  1. campervan, camper
    Synonym: autocaravan

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  1. ^ camper in Luciano Canepari, Dizionario di Pronuncia Italiana (DiPI)

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From kampe +‎ -er.

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camper

  1. (rare) A participant in a ball sport.

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Unadapted borrowing from English camper.

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camper m or f by sense (plural campers)

  1. (video games, Internet slang) camper (person who stays in one spot during a FPS game)

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