Cover ( verb , verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Cover ( verb )

  1. To place something upon or over, so as to protect or conceal.
  2. To spread or place something over a surface, as a covering.
  3. To hide or conceal the existence or nature of.
  4. To extend over an area or time period; comprise.

Origin:

From old english cyrfan, from latin cooperire.

Examples:

  1. He covered the cake with frosting.
  2. The blanket covered her completely.
  3. She tried to cover her mistake but it was too late.
  4. The book covers the history of the city.
  5. The company's insurance policy covers accidents at work.

(As a verb)

Cover ( verb )

  1. To place something upon or over, so as to protect or conceal.
  2. To spread or place something over a surface, as a covering.
  3. To hide or conceal the existence or nature of.
  4. To extend over an area or time period; comprise.

Origin:

From old english cyrfan, from latin cooperire.

Examples:

  1. He covered the cake with frosting.
  2. The blanket covered her completely.
  3. She tried to cover her mistake but it was too late.
  4. The book covers the history of the city.
  5. The company's insurance policy covers accidents at work.

(As a noun)

Cover ( noun )

  1. To place something upon or over, so as to protect or conceal.
  2. To spread or place something over a surface, as a covering.
  3. To hide or conceal the existence or nature of.
  4. To extend over an area or time period; comprise.

Origin:

From old english cyrfan, from latin cooperire.

Examples:

  1. He covered the cake with frosting.
  2. The blanket covered her completely.
  3. She tried to cover her mistake but it was too late.
  4. The book covers the history of the city.
  5. The company's insurance policy covers accidents at work.
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