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Campagna

[kam-pahn-yuh, kuh m-; Italian kahm-pah-nyah] /kæmˈpɑn yə, kəm-; Italian kɑmˈpɑ nyɑ/
noun, plural Campagne
[kam-pahn-yey, kuh m-; Italian kahm-pah-nye] /kæmˈpɑn yeɪ, kəm-; Italian kɑmˈpɑ nyɛ/ (Show IPA),
for 2.
1.
a low plain surrounding the city of Rome, Italy.
2.
(lowercase) any flat open plain; champaign.
Origin
< Italian; see campaign
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British Dictionary definitions for campagne

campagna

/kæmˈpɑːnjə/
noun
1.
another word for champaign (sense 1)

Campagna

/kæmˈpɑːnjə/
noun
1.
a low-lying plain surrounding Rome, Italy: once fertile, it deteriorated to malarial marshes; but has since been reclaimed. Area: about 2000 sq km (800 sq miles) Also called Campagna di Roma (dɪ ˈrəʊmə)
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Word Origin and History for campagne
n.

obsolete form of campaign.

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