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Translation of "camouflage" - English-Spanish dictionary

camouflage

noun [no plural]   /ˈkæm·ə·flɑːʒ/
a way of making something difficult to see by having a coloured pattern that is similar to the area around it camuflaje a camouflage jacket
verb   /ˈkæm·ə·flɑːʒ/
to make something difficult to see by having a coloured pattern that is similar to the area around it camuflar
(Definition of camouflage from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

camouflage

noun /ˈkӕməflaːʒ/
something, eg protective colouring/coloring, that makes an animal, person, building etc difficult for enemies to see against the background camuflaje The tiger’s stripes are an effective camouflage in the jungle The soldiers wound leaves and twigs round their helmets as camouflage.
(Definition of camouflage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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