Conceal ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Conceal ( verb )

  1. To hide or keep from being seen.
  2. To keep secret or prevent from being known.

Origin:

From the latin word concelare, meaning to hide.

Examples:

  1. She concealed the stolen jewels in her purse.
  2. He concealed the fact that he had a criminal record.
  3. The spy concealed his true identity.
  4. I concealed my feelings about the situation.
  5. The police concealed the details of the investigation.

(As a noun)

Conceal ( noun )

  1. To hide or keep from being seen.
  2. To keep secret or prevent from being known.

Origin:

From the latin word concelare, meaning to hide.

Examples:

  1. She concealed the stolen jewels in her purse.
  2. He concealed the fact that he had a criminal record.
  3. The spy concealed his true identity.
  4. I concealed my feelings about the situation.
  5. The police concealed the details of the investigation.
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