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campaign /kæmˈpeɪn/ noun [countable]

حمله ، صحنه نبرد ، رزم نبرد کردن ، زمین مسطح ، جلگه ، یک رشته عملیات جنگی ، لشکرکشی ، مبارزه انتخاباتی ، مسافرت درداخل کشور ، علوم مهندسی: سلسله عملیات کوره بلند ، قانون ـ فقه: مبارزه ، ورزش: مسابقه های فصلی ، علوم نظامی: جنگیدن
Synonyms: operation, attack, crusade, drive, expedition, movement, offensive, push
English Thesaurus: fight, battle, scuffle, punch-up, brawl, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. campaign1 S2 W1 /kæmˈpeɪn/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: campagne, from Italian campagna 'level country, campaign', from Late Latin campania 'level country', from Latin campus (camp1); because soldiers went out into the country for military exercises]

1. a series of actions intended to achieve a particular result relating to politics or business, or a social improvement:
an advertising campaign
campaign for/against
a campaign for equal rights
Jones ran a good campaign.
Police have launched a campaign to crack down on drug dealers.

2. a series of battles, attacks etc intended to achieve a particular result in a war

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. campaign2 verb [intransitive]
to lead or take part in a series of actions intended to achieve a particular social or political result
campaign for/against
a group campaigning against the destruction of the rain forests
—campaigner noun [countable]

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. big, huge, major, massive | lengthy, long, long-running, sustained | brief | effective, successful | unsuccessful | determined, intensive, strong, vigorous | bitter, fierce, vicious | concerted, orchestrated a carefully orchestrated campaign against striking workers
joint | official, public | local, international, national, nationwide, worldwide | one-man/one-woman, personal She has fought a one-woman campaign for ten years about the lack of childcare provision in the town.
election, electoral, leadership, political, presidential, re-election, referendum | advertising, marketing, promotional, sales | propaganda, publicity, public relations | media, poster, press, television/TV | anti-corruption, anti-drug, anti-smoking, etc. | protest | awareness a health awareness campaign to promote a healthy lifestyle
lobbying | fund-raising | literacy | recruitment | air, bombing, guerrilla, military the terrorists' bombing campaign
hate, terror/terrorist | dirty tricks, smear, whispering Her political opponenta ran a whispering campaign against her.
VERB + CAMPAIGN launch, mount, start The company launched a huge advertising campaign.
conduct, fight, organize, run, wage People have criticized the way in which she conducted her election campaign.
lead, manage, spearhead She led a successful campaign against the closure of the library.
take part in | intensify, step up The government has intensified the military campaign against the rebels.
CAMPAIGN + VERB begin, get underway, start The general election campaign gets underway today.
be aimed at sb/sth a concerted campaign aimed at educating young people about the dangers of drugs
aim to The campaign aims to inform the public of the dangers of this disease.
call for sth, demand sth | fail to The campaign failed to achieve its objectives.
CAMPAIGN + NOUN manager, team | strategy | issue Education has become an important campaign issue.
trail election candidates on the campaign trail (= travelling around the country campaigning)
PREP. during a/the ~ They met regularly during the campaign.
~ against a fierce campaign against hunting
~ by the political campaign by the Labour Party
~ for the campaign for racial equality
PHRASES a plan of campaign After sliding in the opinion polls, the party had to rethink its plan of campaign.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. actively, hard, strongly, tirelessly, vigorously We will campaign hard for an end to the ivory trade.
effectively, successfully Local people have successfully campaigned against the building.
openly, publicly
PREP. against Local communities are campaigning against the dumping of toxic waste.
for We have campaigned for better rural transport.
on The group campaigns on a range of environmental issues.
on behalf of campaigning on behalf of the British consumer

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


launch/mount a campaign (=begin a campaign)
They have launched a campaign to end world poverty.
run/wage/conduct a campaign (=carry out a campaign)
He ran an aggressive campaign.
lead a campaign
The government is leading a 'walk to school' campaign.
spearhead a campaign (=lead it – used especially in news reports)
The campaign was spearheaded by the Students' Union.
a national/nationwide campaign
The walk was part of a national campaign to raise £900,000.
a worldwide/global/international campaign
a worldwide campaign for peace
an advertising/marketing/sales campaign
The store ran a television advertising campaign just before Christmas.
a publicity campaign (=to tell the public about something)
The interview was the start of a publicity campaign for his new book.
an election/electoral campaign
He was candidate in the 2008 election campaign.
a presidential campaign
Obama's presidential campaign
a political campaign
She was involved in many political campaigns.
a media/press campaign
The government spent thousands of pounds on a media campaign.
a fundraising campaign (=to get money for something)
The church is launching a £50,000 fundraising campaign for the renovation work.
an anti-smoking/anti-bullying etc campaign
How effective has the anti-smoking campaign been?
a smear campaign (=in which unpleasant or untrue stories are spread about an important person)
He claims he was the victim of a smear campaign.
a long campaign
Her father fought a long campaign for an investigation to be held.
an effective/successful campaign
The Conservatives failed to mount an effective campaign.
a strong campaign (=forceful and effective)
The car was the subject of a strong advertising campaign.
a determined campaign
His wife waged a determined campaign for his release.
a vicious campaign (=very unpleasant and designed to attack someone)
The state had conducted a vicious campaign of misinformation and propaganda.
a deliberate/concerted campaign (=done by people in a determined way)
There was a concerted campaign to attract more women into the armed forces.
an orchestrated campaign disapproving (=organized secretly to make political events happen in the way you want)
This resulted in an orchestrated campaign of civil disorder.
a sustained campaign (=lasting a long time)
The organization has mounted a sustained campaign against the killing of endangered species.
campaign funds/money
He was found guilty of using campaign funds illegally.
a campaign manager (=for a political campaign)
She's a campaign manager for Amnesty International.
the campaign trail (=the places someone visits as part of their election campaign)
Iowa was the first stop on the presidential campaign trail.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: whispering campaign

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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