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Meaning of “secret” - Learner’s Dictionary

secret

adjective     /ˈsiːkrət/
B1 If something is secret, other people are not allowed to know about it: a secret affair/meeting I'll tell you but you must keep it secret.Secrecy and privacy
secret admirer/drinker, etc
someone who does something or feels something without telling other people about itSecrecy and privacy
secretly adverb
B1 He secretly taped their conversation.
→  See also top-secret
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