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campaign

US [kæmˈpeɪn]
UK [kæm'peɪn]
  • n.战役;运动(为社会、商业或政治目的而进行的一系列有计划的活动)
  • v.领导运动(如为实现政治变革或赢得竞选)
  • Web战役模式;竞选运动;广告活动
Plural Form:campaigns  Present Participle:campaigning  Past Tense:campaigned  
campaign
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n.
1.
~ (against/for sth)
运动(为社会、商业或政治目的而进行的一系列有计划的活动)a series of planned activities that are intended to achieve a particular social, commercial or political aim
to conduct a campaign
领导一场运动
a campaign against ageism in the workplace
反对在工作场所实行年龄歧视的运动
the campaign for parliamentary reform
要求议会进行改革的运动
an anti-smoking campaign
反对吸烟的运动
Today police launched(= began) a campaign to reduce road accidents.
警方今天发起了一场减少道路交通事故的运动。
an advertising campaign
一场广告宣传运动
an election campaign
竞选运动
the President's campaign team/manager
总统的竞选班子╱主管
2.
战役a series of attacks and battles that are intended to achieve a particular military aim during a war
v.
1.
[i][t]
参加运动,领导运动(如为实现政治变革或赢得竞选)to take part in or lead a campaign, for example to achieve political change or in order to win an election
The party campaigned vigorously in the north of the country.
该党在本国北部展开了强有力的竞选运动。
We have campaigned against whaling for the last 15 years.
我们过去 15 年一直参加反对捕鲸的运动。
They are campaigning to save the area from building development.
他们正开展一场反对在这个地区进行房地产开发的运动。

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