English - Definiton of occult Pronunciation
n. study of the occult or occult practices, study of the supernatural (e.g. mysticism, Kabala, etc.)
adj. secret, hidden; inconceivable to the human mind, mysterious; magical, supernatural
adj. occult, secret, hidden; inconceivable to the human mind, mysterious; magical, supernatural
English - Spanish - occult Pronunciation
s. ciencias ocultas
adj. oculto, escondido, esotérico, misterioso, recóndito, sobrenatural
English - French - occult Pronunciation
n. caractère occulte; la Kabbale
adj. occulte; secret; caché; mystérieux
English - German - occult Pronunciation
n. Okkult
adj. okkult
English - Italian - occult Pronunciation
s. scienze occulte
agg. occulto; arcano, misterioso; segreto; nascosto
English - Portuguese - occult Pronunciation
s. as ciências ocultas (com acréscimo de ''the'')
adj. oculto; secreto; misterioso; escondido; encoberto
English - Russian - occult Pronunciation
с. оккультные науки
прил. скрытый, темный, оккультный, тайный, сокровенный, таинственный
English - Turkish - occult Pronunciation
s. gizli, doğaüstü, bilinmez, bilinmeyen, esrarlı, anlaşılmaz, büyülü
Dutch - English - occult Pronunciation
adj. occult, secret, hidden; inconceivable to the human mind, mysterious; magical, supernatural
English - Albanian - occult Pronunciation
adj. fshehtë: i fshehtë, mistershëm: i mistershëm, padukshëm: i padukshëm, magjik, okult
English - Dutch - occult Pronunciation
bn. occult, verborgen, geheim
zn. occult : het occulte
ww. verbergen, verduisteren
English - Greek - occult Pronunciation
επίθ. κρυφός, μυστηριώδης, υπερφησικώς
Dutch - French - occult Pronunciation
(magie) occulte
English - Chinese - occult Pronunciation
(名) 神秘之事
(形) 神秘的, 超自然的, 不可思议的
English - Chinese - occult Pronunciation
(名) 神秘之事
(形) 神秘的, 超自然的, 不可思議的
English - Japanese - occult Pronunciation
(形) 神秘の; 秘術の; 超自然的な; 難解な; 肉眼で見えない
(名) 神秘; 秘学
English - Korean - occult Pronunciation
명. 비술이나 마술 연구, 초자연적인 힘 연구
형. 신비한, 숨은; 마법의, 초자연적인
Expressions
noun: occult practices and techniques Example:He is a student of the occult.
noun: supernatural forces and events and beings collectively
verb: hide from view Example:The lids were occulting her eyes.
verb: become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished Example:The beam of light occults every so often.
verb: cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention Example:Planets and stars often are occulted by other celestial bodies.

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Verb forms for occult
Present participle: occulting
Present: occult (3.person: occults)
Past: occulted
Future: will occult
Present conditional: would occult
Present Perfect: have occulted (3.person: has occulted)
Past Perfect: had occulted
Future Perfect: will have occulted
Past conditional: would have occulted