English translation of 'ocultar'
Example Sentences Including 'ocultar'
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-"Nadie, pero no puedes ocultar la curiosidad, el espíritu de sospecha, que escondes bajo tu mirada.La higuera seca
Con ellos trató en vano de ocultar su atractivo físico y demostrar que podía ser un actor serio.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
De ese modo nos quitas trabajo y controlas tú mismo lo que deseas que se sepa y lo que prefieres ocultar.El imperio desierto
Interrogantes que González puede y debe responder si no tiene nada que ocultar.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
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'ocultar' in Other Languages
British English: hide /haɪd/ VERB
feelings If you hide what you feel, you do not let people know about it.
She tried to hide how angry she was.
- American English: hide
- Arabic: يُخْفِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: esconder
- Chinese: 隐藏
- Croatian: sakriti
- Czech: skrývatpocity
- Danish: skjule
- Dutch: verbergen
- European Spanish: ocultar
- Finnish: peitellä
- French: retenirses pensées
- German: verbergen
- Greek: κρύβω
- Italian: nascondere
- Japanese: ･･･を隠す
- Korean: 숨기다
- Norwegian: skjule
- Polish: ukrywać
- European Portuguese: esconder
- Romanian: a ascunde
- Russian: скрывать
- Spanish: ocultar
- Swedish: dölja
- Thai: ซ่อน
- Turkish: gizlemek
- Ukrainian: приховувати
- Vietnamese: che giấu
British English: conceal VERB
If you conceal something, you cover it or hide it carefully.
She decided to conceal the machine behind a hinged panel.
British English: mask VERB
If you mask your feelings, you deliberately do not show them in your behaviour, so that people cannot know what you really feel.
She lit a cigarette, trying to mask her agitation.
British English: obscure VERB
If one thing obscures another, it prevents it from being seen or heard properly.
Trees obscured his vision; he couldn't see much of the Square's southern half.
British English: withhold VERB
If you withhold something that someone wants, you do not let them have it.
Police withheld the boy's name yesterday.
Translation of ocultar from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary
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