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concentration camp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Jail & punishment
concentration campˌconcenˈtration ˌcamp noun [countable]  SCJa prison where political prisoners and other people who are not soldiers are kept and treated cruelly, especially during a war
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concentration campYou look as if you've been in a concentration camp you do! and that's the truth.In 1944 the woman was betrayed and imprisoned in a concentration camp.What really struck me was that I looked like a concentration camp prisoner.Alexander Schweidler, 78, a former concentration camp guard who settled in Britain, died after a heart attack.April 18: Had that lousy dream about packing up for the concentration camp and the clock going dead.
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