"acampar" in English

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
empezaremos por encontrar un sitio para acampar
we'll start out by finding a place to make camp
¿Francia, cuyas tropas acamparon en las puertas de Srebrenica durante las matanzas?
Can France, whose troops camped outside Srebrenitza during the massacres?
Imagino al ejército americano acampando a lo largo de las fronteras, presto a intervenir.
I was thinking about the huge armada of the American army camping along the borderline, ready to attack.
Sé que se nos considera un circo ambulante, pero en mayo de 2004 tendremos que acampar en nuestras carpas, ya que no habrá suficientes habitaciones de hotel debido a la ampliación del Parlamento.
I know we are known as a travelling circus but, come May 2004, we may literally have to camp out in our tents because there will not be enough hotel rooms as a result of the enlarged Parliament.
SYNONYMS
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CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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empezaremos por encontrar un sitio para acampar
we'll start out by finding a place to make camp
Cerca de 600 jóvenes han vuelto a acampar en la Plaza de Octubre de Minsk, soportando temperaturas de 10 grados bajo cero.
Around 600 young people spent yet another night in tents on ‘ October’ Square in Minsk, braving a temperature of minus 10 degrees.
prohibido acampar
no camping
Presidenta, usted sabe que todos estamos obligados a acampar aquí en Estrasburgo una semana al mes y entonces por regla general, carecemos de noticias de nuestros Estados miembros.
Madam President, you know that we all have to come here to Strasbourg for one week a month and that we are often deprived of news from our home countries.
Sé que se nos considera un circo ambulante, pero en mayo de 2004 tendremos que acampar en nuestras carpas, ya que no habrá suficientes habitaciones de hotel debido a la ampliación del Parlamento.
I know we are known as a travelling circus but, come May 2004, we may literally have to camp out in our tents because there will not be enough hotel rooms as a result of the enlarged Parliament.