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  1. cam·paign
    IPA[kamˈpān]
  2. noun

    • 1. an organized course of action to achieve a goal:

      the campaign for a full inquiry into the regime he accused the media of orchestrating a campaign against him an advertising campaign the campaign to reduce harmful vehicle emissions
      Synonym : crusade, drive, push, effort, struggle, move, movement, operation, maneuver, course of action, strategy, set of tactics, battle plan, battle, war
    • 2. a set of organized actions that a political candidate undertakes in an attempt to win an election:

      an election campaign
    • 3. a series of military operations intended to achieve a particular objective, confined to a particular area, or involving a specified type of fighting:

      a desert campaign the air campaign the army set off on campaign
      Synonym : military operation(s), maneuver (s), offensive, attack, advance, push, thrust, crusade, war, battle, engagement, action

    verb

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: campaign, plural noun: campaigns

    • noun

      an organized course of action to achieve a goal:

      a set of organized actions that a political candidate undertakes in an attempt to win an election:

    • verb

      work in an organized and active way towards a particular goal, typically a political or social one:
    • noun

      a systematic circulation of a rumor, typically in order to damage someone's reputation:
    • noun

      an organized course of action to promote and sell a product or service:
    • noun

      a plan to discredit a public figure by making false or dubious accusations.
    • noun

      an organized course of action to promote a product or service:
    • noun

      an organized course of action to promote and sell a product or service:
    • noun

      an organized course of action to promote a product or service:
    • noun

      a systematic circulation of a rumour, typically in order to damage someone's reputation:
    • noun

      a plan to discredit a public figure by making false accusations.
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