de·camp / diˈkamp/ • v. [intr.] depart suddenly, esp. to relocate one's business or household in another area. ∎ abscond hurriedly to avoid prosecution or detection. ∎ archaic break up or leave a military camp.DERIVATIVES: de·camp·ment n.
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