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Campo m. (plural Campos)

  1. field (open land area)
  2. field (region affected by a force)

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Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Portuguese campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Spanish campo, Tetum kampu.

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campo m. (plural campi)

  1. field (agricultural, sports)
  2. battlefield, airfield
  3. range
  4. shot (film)
  5. Patrono:Art background (of a painting)
  6. (in Venice) square (smaller than a piazza)

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campo

  1. First-person singular present tense of campare.

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Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Italian campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Spanish campo, Tetum kampu.

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campo (plural: campos)

  1. The country; the countryside

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EtymologyModificar

Latin campus. Compare English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Italian campo, Portuguese campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Tetum kampu.

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  • IPA: /'kampo/

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Campo m. (plural Campos)

Singular
Campo m.

Plural
Campos m.

  1. countryside, country
  2. (New Mexican Spanish) camp (loan translation of English)

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Campo (infinitive campar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of campar.

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