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camo

[kam-oh] /ˈkæm oʊ/
noun, adjective, Informal.
1.
camouflage (defs 4, 5).
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  • Giving himself a crash course in the science of camouflage and eyesight, he discovered that digital camo made a lot of sense.
  • Get this one, not the similar camo version with a slightly smaller wingspan.
  • Half the time, they don't even know what they're shooting-they're so obsessed with the latest gun, the latest camo pattern.
  • It wasn't clear from the demo whether the camo works for a limited amount of time of if players will always have access.
  • It seems so out of place to don lightweight, green-colored camo and to wear mosquito repellent for a duck hunt.
  • camouflage bows may be used, but the face of the riser window must be covered to prevent camo lines serving as sight marks.
British Dictionary definitions for camo

camo

/ˈkæməʊ/
noun (informal)
1.
short for camouflage (sense 2) camo fatigues
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