- (in South America) an extensive, nearly level grassland plain.
Origin of campo
1605–15; < Spanish < Latin campus field
- a town in S Texas.
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Examples from the Web for campo
On August 16, 1876, the chapel and its graveyard, Campo Santo, opened.The Sacrificial Limbs of New Orleans
March 12, 2014
In 2010 two college-age American tourists died when someone slipped rogue narcotics into their cocktails—again at Campo dei Fiori.Rome’s Deadly Pub Crawls Kill American College Student
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March 1, 2014
And so they go, up the white, dusty road, to the campo santo.
His underlings were burnt in the Campo di Fiori in the following month.The Life of Cesare Borgia
It was a material train returning from the Campo to the palisaded yards.
Has not the master of the mine any message to send to Hernandez, the master of the Campo?
Politics were good enough for the people of the town and the Campo.
- (often plural) level or undulating savanna country, esp in the uplands of Brazil
American Spanish, from Latin campus
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