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concealverb [T]

uk   us   /kənˈsiːl/
C2 to prevent something from being seen or known about: The listening device was concealed in a pen. I tried to conceal my surprise when she told me her age. It was said that the police concealed vital evidence. Is there something you're concealing from me?
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concealed
adjective uk   us   /-ˈsiːld/
The robbery had been recorded on a concealed security camera. He was carrying a concealed weapon. The room had concealed lighting.
Translations of “conceal”
in Arabic يُخْفي…
in Korean -을 숨기다…
in Malaysian menyembunyikan…
in French dissimuler…
in Turkish gizlemek, saklamak…
in Italian occultare, celare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱藏, 隱匿, 隱瞞…
in Russian прятать, скрывать…
in Polish ukrywać…
in Vietnamese che đậy…
in Spanish ocultar, disimular…
in Portuguese ocultar, dissimular…
in Thai ปกปิด, เก็บเป็นความลับ…
in German verbergen…
in Catalan amagar…
in Japanese ~を隠す…
in Indonesian menyembunyikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐藏, 隐匿, 隐瞒…
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