- vt. 隐藏；隐瞒；掩盖
- vt. 隐藏; 隐瞒,遮住 hide; keep secret; keep sb/sth from being seen; cover; screen
prevent from being seen or discovered;
"Muslim women hide their faces"
"hide the money"
hold back; keep from being perceived by others;
"She conceals her anger well"
- He concealed himself behind the tree.
- It is against law to conceal evidence.
- It is wrong for a man to conceal things from his wife.
- She tried to conceal what she had done to them.
- He could hardly conceal his joy at his departure.
- I never conceal my political views.
- He tried to conceal the fact that his young sister was ill.
- The door was partially concealed by the drapes.
- The boy was reading a book which was concealed under his desk.
- conceal from (v.+prep.)
隐蔽…以避开…,对…隐藏(某事) hide (sth, sb or oneself) from (sb/sth)
conceal sb/oneself/sth from sb/sth
The trees concealed me from view.
He didn't conceal anything from you.
Concealing from him all knowledge of who or what he was.出自： Sir W. Scott
Augustus had always great difficulty in concealing his dislike for Tiberius as a son-in-law.出自： R. Graves
- conceal, cover, dissemble, hide
- hide是这组词中含义最广泛的词,既可指故意的隐藏,也可指无意中偶然的隐藏,有时还指客观上某物被另一物所掩盖; conceal强调故意将事物隐藏起来,不使他人知道; dissemble和cover指用言语或行动来隐藏或掩饰真正的感情、思想、意向、计划等, cover有蒙混过关或不被人发觉的意味; 而dissemble指可以令人产生一种错觉。例如:
- The trees concealed me from view.
- He was thinking the enemy must have hidden themselves somewhere.
- How can we cover up our mistakes?
- 我们怎样才能把我们的错误掩盖起 来呢?
- She dissembled her anger with a smile.
- ☆ 1292年进入英语，直接源自古法语的conceler，意为隐藏，隐瞒；最初源自古典拉丁语的concelare：com- (一起) + celare (隐藏，隐瞒)，意为隐藏，隐瞒。