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campo

noun cam·po \ˈkam-(ˌ)pō, ˈkäm-\
plural campos

Definition of CAMPO

:  a grassland plain in South America with scattered perennial herbs

Examples of CAMPO

  1. <vaqueros driving their herd of cattle across the campo>

Origin of CAMPO

American Spanish, from Spanish, field, from Latin campus
First Known Use: 1863

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