campaign definition

  • noun:
    • a number of army operations undertaken to attain a large-scale objective during a war: give's Vicksburg promotion secured the entire Mississippi for the Union.
    • An operation or group of businesses energetically pursued to accomplish an objective: a marketing campaign for a brand new product; a candidate's governmental promotion.
    • some operations undertaken to reach a set objective; as, an election campaign, a military campaign, a marketing campaign.
    • An open area; a sizable, open plain without considerable hills. Seechampaign.
    • A connected series of army functions creating a definite phase in a war; enough time where an army keeps the area.
    • governmental functions preceding an election, by prospects, their assistants, and followers, for the purpose of persuading voters to vote for candidate. It generally includes a number of ways of contacting voters including marketing, distribution or mailing of imprinted leaflets or letters; speeches, interviews with news media, and door-to-door visits with potential voters.
    • Any coordinated energy to contact prospective followers or customers and solicit their particular support or patronage.
    • the time scale during which a blast furnace is continually in operation.
    • An open field; a big open plain. Today champaign.
    • The functions of an army during one period, or in an absolute enterprise: because, the Vicksburg campaign.
    • Continued or suffered intense businesses directed on success of some specific object: as, the temperance campaign; particularly, in United States politics, organized activity in influencing voters in an election, etc.: as, the past presidential campaign.
    • In metallurgy, the full time during which a furnace remains functioning without stoppage.
    • an even more or less extensive trip, adventure, or journey for a certain function, eg for botanizing or geologizing.
    • several related functions directed at achieving a specific goal (usually within geographic and temporal limitations)
    • an overland trip by hunters (especially in Africa)
    • a race between prospects for optional workplace
    • a few activities advancing a principle or tending toward a specific end
    • a number of military operations undertaken to achieve a large-scale objective during a war: Grant's Vicksburg campaign secured the entire Mississippi when it comes to Union.
    • a procedure or variety of operations energetically pursued to complete an intention: a marketing campaign for a brand new item; an applicant's political campaign.
    • A series of businesses undertaken to realize a set objective; as, an election campaign, a military promotion, a marketing campaign.
    • An open area; a large, open simple without significant hills. Seechampaign.
    • A connected a number of military functions developing a definite stage in a war; enough time during which an army keeps the industry.
    • governmental operations preceding an election, by prospects, their assistants, and followers, for the purpose of convincing voters to vote for the applicant. It typically includes one or more types of contacting voters including marketing and advertising, circulation or mailing of imprinted leaflets or letters; speeches, interviews with news media, and door-to-door visits with possible voters.
    • Any matched energy to get hold of possible followers or customers and solicit their particular help or patronage.
    • the time during which fun furnace is constantly in operation.
    • An open area; a sizable open simple. Today champaign.
    • The operations of an army during one period, or in a definite enterprise: since, the Vicksburg promotion.
    • Continued or sustained intense operations directed towards the accomplishment of some specific object: since, the temperance promotion; specifically, in United States politics, organized action in influencing voters in an election, etc.: as, the last presidential promotion.
    • In metallurgy, the full time where a furnace stays functioning without stoppage.
    • a far more or less prolonged travel, excursion, or trip for a definite purpose, such for botanizing or geologizing.
    • a few relevant functions directed at achieving a specific objective (usually within geographical and temporal constraints)
    • an overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa)
    • a race between applicants for elective company
    • a number of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a specific end
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To engage in a procedure planned to reach a certain objective: campaigned through jungles of Vietnam; campaigned for human rights.
    • To serve in a campaign.
    • To engage in an operation in the offing to realize a certain goal: campaigned through the jungles of Vietnam; campaigned for individual rights.
    • To provide in a campaign.
  • verb:
    • To indulge in a campaign.
    • run, stand, or contend for an office or a posture
    • go on a campaign; set off to war
    • exert yourself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to achieve an end or engage in a crusade for a particular cause or individual; be an advocate for
    • To indulge in a campaign.
    • operate, stay, or compete for an office or a situation
    • continue a campaign; go-off to war
    • exert yourself continually, vigorously, or obtrusively to achieve an end or take part in a crusade for a specific cause or individual; be an advocate for
  • others:
    • To offer in a campaign.
    • To serve in a campaign.

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