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Caravan
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Caravan mean: A large and enclosed vehicle designed to be lived in and towed by a car. British: Vanning - To travel or have a holiday in a caravan
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Climate
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Climate: The weather conditions of a country or region, over a long period. In Politics: The state of politics currently.
Cold front
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Cold front: An advancing mass of cold air. Cold air that pushes warm air from behind and beneath and the line between these.
Cook-out
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Cook-out: Barbecue, party where food is cooked and eaten outdoors
Cookout
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Cookout: Barbecue, party where food is cooked and eaten outdoors
Dalradian
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Dalradian: In Geology this relates to a series of Precambrian rocks in Scotland and Ireland. (adj)
Dawn
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Dawn: The first appearance of light in the sky before sunrise i.e. the first light of day. An opening time period. Beginning of something. Dawn chorus: the singing of
Debris
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Debris: The remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up. (n) Scattered rubbish or remains. Loose natural materials, e.g. broken rocks. Synonyms: dust, junk
Decamp
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Decamp: To break up a camp to move away from a camping ground, usually by night or secretly. Macaulay. Hence, to depart suddenly to run away generally used disparagingly.
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