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masquerade

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˌmæs.kərˈeɪd/ US  /-kəˈreɪd/
behaviour that is intended to prevent the truth about something unpleasant or not wanted from becoming known
偽裝;掩飾
They kept up the masquerade of being happily married for over thirty years.
30多年來他們一直假裝婚姻很幸福。
Faking and pretending
Translations of “masquerade”
in Vietnamese trò giả dối…
in Spanish mascarada, farsa…
in Thai การเสแสร้ง…
in Malaysian sandiwara…
in French mascarade…
in German die Verstellung…
in Indonesian samaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伪装, 掩饰…
(Definition of masquerade from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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