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masked

adjective uk   /mɑːskt/ us    /mæskt/
wearing a mask: Suddenly two masked gunmen burst into the shop and demanded all the cash in the till.
Translations of “masked”
in Chinese (Traditional) 戴面具的,蒙面的…
in Russian замаскированный, в маске…
in Turkish maskeli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 戴面具的,蒙面的…
in Polish zamaskowany…
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