hid in English

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[hide] v. place out of sight, conceal, cover up; keep secret; conceal oneself

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I looked around for the cheese, but it was nowhere to be seen: the person who had won dressed as Micky Mouse had ran off with it and hidden it from the rest of us!
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Hide that she prefers them; for it must be — and always will be, I hope — a secret between you and me.”
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he was hiding behind the servant from Number 15, whose mistress, the fact having been proven, had pulled on her ears.
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I loved as no one can love nowadays. I have hidden myself in a chest, at the risk of being stabbed, for nothing more than the promise of a kiss.
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Palestinians say a mosque was bombed and reduced to rubble. Israel argues that the mosque was being used to hide weapons.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The Eaglet bent down its head to hide a smile; some of the other birds sniggered loudly.
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Scrooge fell upon his knees, and hid his face in his hands.
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If he had not been such a perfect gentleman, and a master of himself, he would not have been able to hide some emotion on seeing her.
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Indeed, why had he hidden this affair from Mr Fogg?
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For five years, I hid myself in Madrid; then, in 1770, I came to Paris under a Spanish name, and led the most brilliant life.
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