Hindi translation of 'disguise'
disguise /dɪsˈɡaɪz डिसˈगाइज़्/
Word forms: disguises, disguising, disguised
1. transitive verb, variable noun
If you disguise yourself, or if you are in disguise, you alter your appearance so that people will not recognize you.
भेस बदलना/भेस परिवर्तन mn
छद्मवेश धारण करना/छद्मवेश धारण mn या छद्मवेश , mn
She disguised herself as a man.
He was wearing that ridiculous disguise.
The extremists entered the building disguised as medical workers.
2. transitive verb
To disguise something means to hide it or change its appearance, so that people do not know about it or will not recognize it.
He made no attempt to disguise his agitation.
...a thinly disguised warning.
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Example Sentences Including 'disguise'
It was the sharpness of vinegar which they used to disguise the age of the meat.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Soon from the East the disguise of the frontier barriers would be complete.Wall Games
Not even the severely tailored suit could disguise the svelte lines of her figure.Final Resort
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'disguise' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَنَكَّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: disfarçar
- Chinese: 掩饰
- Croatian: prerušiti se
- Czech: převléci se převlékat seza účelem utajení
- Danish: forklæde iføre sig forklædning
- Dutch: vermommen
- European Spanish: disfrazar
- Finnish: naamioida
- French: se déguiser
- German: unkenntlich machen
- Greek: μεταμφιέζομαι
- Italian: mascherarsi
- Japanese: 変装する
- Korean: 위장하다
- Norwegian: forkle
- Polish: przebrać przebierać
- Portuguese: disfarçar
- Romanian: a deghiza
- Russian: переодевать
- Spanish: disfrazar
- Swedish: förkläda
- Thai: ปลอมตัว
- Turkish: kılık değiştirmek
- Ukrainian: маскуватися замаскуватися
- Vietnamese: cải trang
Translation of disguise from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary