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campo

[ kam-poh, kahm- ]
/ ˈkæm poʊ, ˈkɑm- /
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noun, plural cam·pos.
(in South America) an extensive, nearly level grassland plain.
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Origin of campo

1605–15; <Spanish <Latin campus field
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British Dictionary definitions for campo

campo
/ (ˈkæmpəʊ) /

noun plural -pos
(often plural) level or undulating savanna country, esp in the uplands of Brazil

Word Origin for campo

American Spanish, from Latin campus
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