campaign


campaign
I
n.

1) to carry on, conduct, wage; launch, mount, organize a campaign

2) an active, vigorous; feeble, weak; whirlwind campaign

3) an advertising; anti-smoking; educational; election, political; membership; military; national, nationwide; public-relations; smear; whispering; whistle-stop; write-in campaign

4) the campaign got off to a good start; the campaign fizzled (out)

5) a campaign against; for (the campaign against smoking; a campaign for equal rights)

6) a campaign to + int. (a campaign to curb alcoholism)

II
v.

1) to campaign vigorously

2) (D; intr.) to campaign against; for

* * *
[kæm'peɪn]
anti-smoking
educational
feeble
for
national
nationwide
organize a campaign
political
public-relations
vigorous
whirlwind campaign
whispering
whistle-stop
write-in campaign
the campaign fizzled (out)
(D: intr.) to campaign against
a campaign against
an active
an advertising
the campaign got off to a good start
to carry on
to campaign vigorously
a campaign to + inf. (a campaign to curb alcoholism)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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