Learn how to say Camped correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word camp:
1a place with temporary accommodation of huts, tents, or other structures, typically used by soldiers, refugees, or travelling people.
a complex of buildings for holiday accommodation, with recreational facilities.
(also summer camp) North American a summer holiday programme for children, offering a range of activities:
he became the dramatic counselor at camp
[mass noun] temporary overnight lodging in tents:
we pitched camp at a fine spot
Archaeology, British an enclosed or fortified prehistoric site, especially an Iron Age hill fort.
2the supporters of a particular party or doctrine regarded collectively:
both the liberal and conservative camps were annoyed by his high-handed manner
3South African a fenced field or enclosed area for grazing.
Australian/NZ a place where livestock regularly congregate or where a mustered herd is assembled.
1live for a time in a tent, especially while on holiday:
holiday parks in which you can camp or stay in a chalet
lodge temporarily, especially in an inappropriate or uncomfortable place:
we camped out for the night in a mission schoolroom
remain persistently in one place:
the press will be camping on your doorstep once they get on to this story
2Australian/NZ (of livestock) assemble together for rest.
3 [with object] South African divide (land) and enclose with fences.
take down a tent or the tents of an encampment ready to leave.