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disguise

US [dɪsˈɡaɪz]
UK [dɪs'ɡaɪz]
  • v.伪装;掩饰;假扮;装扮
  • n.伪装;假扮;装扮;伪装物
  • Web假装;化装;隐瞒
Plural Form:disguises  Present Participle:disguising  Past Tense:disguised  
disguise
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v.
1.
假扮;装扮;伪装to change your appearance so that people cannot recognize you
The hijackers were heavily disguised.
劫持者伪装得严严实实。
They got in disguised as security guards.
他们装扮成保安人员混了进去。
She disguised herself as a boy.
她女扮男装。
2.
~ sth
掩蔽;掩饰to hide sth or change it, so that it cannot be recognized
She made no attempt to disguise her surprise.
她根本不曾掩饰自己惊奇的心情。
It was a thinly disguised attack on the President.
不难看出这是在攻击总统。
She couldn't disguise the fact that she felt uncomfortable.
她无法掩饰她那不安的心情。
n.
1.
[c][u]
伪装物;化装用具a thing that you wear or use to change your appearance so that people do not recognize you
She wore glasses and a wig as a disguise.
她用眼镜和假发伪装起来。
The star travelled in disguise(= wearing a disguise ) .
这位明星化了装去旅行。
A vote for the Liberal Democrats is just a Labour vote in disguise .
投自由民主党的票不过是改头换面投工党的票。
2.
[u]
假扮;装扮;伪装the art of changing your appearance so that people do not recognize you
He is a master of disguise.
他是伪装能手。

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