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English definition of “enshroud”

enshroud

verb [T] uk   /ɪnˈʃraʊd/ us  

enshroud verb [T] (COVER)

literary to cover something so that it cannot be seen clearly: The planet Venus is enshrouded in thick clouds.Covering and adding layersHiding and disguising

enshroud verb [T] (KEEP SECRET)

to make something difficult to know or understand: The whole affair was enshrouded in secrecy.Hiding and disguising
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