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Campagna

[ kam-pahn-yuh, kuhm-; Italian kahm-pah-nyah ]
/ kæmˈpɑn yə, kəm-; Italian kɑmˈpɑ nyɑ /
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noun, plural Cam·pa·gne [kam-pahn-yey, kuhm-; Italian kahm-pah-nye] /kæmˈpɑn yeɪ, kəm-; Italian kɑmˈpɑ nyɛ/ for 2.
a low plain surrounding the city of Rome, Italy.
(lowercase) any flat open plain; champaign.
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Origin of Campagna

From Italian; see origin at campaign
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British Dictionary definitions for Campagna (1 of 2)

campagna
/ (kæmˈpɑːnjə) /

noun
another word for champaign (def. 1)

British Dictionary definitions for Campagna (2 of 2)

Campagna
/ (kæmˈpɑːnjə) /

noun
a low-lying plain surrounding Rome, Italy: once fertile, it deteriorated to malarial marshes; but has since been reclaimed. Area: about 2000 sq km (800 sq miles)Also called: Campagna di Roma (dɪ ˈrəʊmə)
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