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Pronunciation of Campaigners: Learn how to pronounce Campaigners in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word campaign:

noun
a series of military operations intended to achieve a goal, confined to a particular area, or involving a specified type of fighting:
a desert campaign
[mass noun]:
the army set off on campaign
an organized course of action to achieve a goal:
an election campaign
the campaign for a full inquiry into the regime
verb
[no object]
work in an organized and active way towards a goal:
people who campaigned against child labour
[with infinitive]:
the services he had campaigned to protect
Phrases

on the campaign trail
engaged in a political campaign:
he has studiously avoided the subject on the campaign trail
Origin:

early 17th century (denoting a tract of open country): from French campagne ‘open country’, via Italian from late Latin campania, from campus ‘level ground’ (see camp1). The change in sense arose from an army’s practice of ‘taking the field’ (i.e. moving from a fortress or town to open country) at the onset of summer