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It's the definition of campaign from Cambridge Dictionaries Online.

It said:

A planned group of especially political, business, or military activities that are intended to achieve a particular aim

Does it mean a planned group or a planned activities? And why?

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The link that you have referenced in your question defines Campaign—the noun. So it means a planned group.

Campaign—the verb will define the act of planning activities

You can also look into the sentence structure (of the noun definition):

A planned group of especially political, business, or military activities that are intended to achieve a particular aim

You can see the subject of the sentence is "the planned group," which is a noun and will define the group.

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A planned group of activities, especially in a political, business, or military context.

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