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summer camp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School, Leisure
summer campˈsummer ˌcamp noun [countable, uncountable]  SESDLa place where children in the US can stay during the summer, and take part in various activities
Examples from the Corpus
summer campThe Sea Cadets had a summer camp in the naval base at Aultbea with good facilities.For Olajuwon, the Dream Team experience has been like a summer camp at a very exclusive boys' club.Allen said that he called Previn at summer camp in 1991, using the name George Simon.It was running like a well-oiled machine, instead of like a slightly out-of-control summer camp.Sigua was reported to have fled to the rebel headquarters in a Komsomol summer camp outside Tbilisi to avoid arrest.This year, too, the Pillow experience was like summer camp for the dancers.He paid the cost of sending hundreds of library workers' childen to summer camp.
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