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Presentél/ella/ustedconjugation ofcampear.
Affirmative imperativeconjugation ofcampear.
Affirmative imperativevosconjugation ofcampear.


An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
1. (to get out to eat)
a. to go to graze
Las ovejas están campeando en la colina.The sheep went to graze to the hill.
2. (to take out to eat)
a. to take to graze
Sebastián campeó esta mañana con las ovejas.Sebastian took the sheep to graze this morning.
3. (military)
a. to reconnoiter
Antes de que llegaran los tanques, un grupo de soldados campearon en el desierto.Before the tanks arrived, a group of soldiers reconnoitered the desert.
4. (to comb the countryside)
Regionalism used in Bolivia
Regionalism used in Honduras
(Southern Cone)
a. to scour the countryside
Hombres y mujeres campearon en el bosque en busca del niño perdido.Men and women scoured the countryside looking for the missing boy.
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intransitive verb
1 (Agr) [+ganado] to go to graze; go out to pasture; [+persona] to work in the fields
2 (Botánica) to show green
3 (Mil) to reconnoitre; (Latinoamérica) to scour the countryside
ir campeando to carry on; keep going
5 (Latinoamérica) (ir de camping) to camp; go camping
6 (And) (atravesar) to make one's way through
7 (And) (fardar) to bluster
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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