conceal

hide keep secret 
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conceal

[Verb] To hide something.
Example: The student concealed his mobile phone so the teacher could not see he was using it.
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conceal

[v] - hold back
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Conceal

Con·ceal' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Concealed ; present participle & verbal noun Concealing .] [ Old French conceler , Latin concelare ; con- + celare to hide; akin to Anglo-Saxon hel...
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conceal

hold back verb hold back; keep from being perceived by others; `She conceals her anger well`
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Conceal

• (v. t.) To hide or withdraw from observation; to cover; to cover or keep from sight; to prevent the discovery of; to withhold knowledge of.
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conceal

conceal, conceals 1. To put or to keep something or someone out of sight, or to prevent the person or thing from being found. 'The evidence was carefully concealed by the prosecutor.' 2. To keep something secret, or to prevent it from being known. 3. To hide; to withdraw, or to remove from observation; to cover or to keep from sight. 4. To preve...
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conceal

disimular, camuflar
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