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cloaknoun

uk   /kləʊk/  us   /kloʊk/

cloak noun (PIECE OF CLOTHING)

[C] a loose outer piece of clothing without sleeves, that fastens at the neck, and is worn instead of a coat

cloak noun (HIDE)

[S or U] something that hides, covers, or keeps something else secret: The restaurant he owned was just a cloak for (= hid) his drug-dealing activities. They left the house under cloak of darkness.

cloakverb [T]

uk   /kləʊk/  us   /kloʊk/
to cover or hide something: He has always kept his love affairs cloaked in secrecy (= kept them secret). The river is often cloaked in mist in the early morning.
Traducciones de “cloak”
en árabe عَباءة…
en coreano 망토…
in Malaysian menyelubungi…
en francés grand cape…
en turco pelerin, şal…
en italiano mantello…
en chino (tradicionál) 衣服, 斗篷,披風…
en ruso накидка, мантия…
en polaco peleryna…
in Vietnamese áo choàng không tay, sự che đậy…
en español capa…
en portugués capa…
in Thai เสื้อคลุมไม่มีปก, การปกปิด, สิ่งปิดบัง…
en alemán der Mantel…
en catalán capa…
en japonés マント…
in Indonesian mantel, jaket, penutup…
en chino (simplificado) 衣服, 斗篷,披风…
(Definition of cloak from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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