The correct answer is camp
B. watering hole
D. pasture horses
The correct answer is (C) A camp, usually improvised for brief use; a temporary camp without tents, or with only pup tents; a makeshift shelter. Also, a military encampment made with tents or improvised shelters. Finally, a place used for such an encampment.
Bivouac comes from German beiwacht (an additional night watch), beiwaccht, biwache
Examples of use:
- They chose a suitable spot for a bivouac about an hour before sunset.
- We continued to drive for some time to be certain to avoid the army bivouac.