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be shrouded in secrecy/mystery

to be a matter about which very little is known or understood: Her whereabouts have been shrouded in secrecy since she received the death threat.
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Translations of “be shrouded in secrecy/mystery”
in Chinese (Simplified) 成了一个谜,笼罩在谜团中…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成了一個謎,籠罩在謎團中…
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