nguỵ trang (sự việc gì dưới một hình thức lừa dối)
che giấu, che đậy
to disguise one's intention: che đậy ý định của mình
to be disguissed with liquour
disguises|disguised|disguisingdɪs'gaɪz noun +an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of something +any attire that modifies the appearance in order to conceal the wearer's identity +the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance verb +make unrecognizable
Disguise is seldom resorted to by spies these days.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun +verb[VN] 1 ~ sb (as sb/sth) to change your appearance so that people cannot recognize you: The hijackers were heavily disguised. + She disguised herself as a boy. + They got in disguised as security guards. 2 to hide sth or change it, so that it cannot be recognized: She made no attempt to disguise her surprise. + It was a thinly disguised attack on the President. + She couldn't disguise the fact that she felt uncomfortable. + He tried to disguise his accent. +noun 1[C, U] 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. + The star travelled in disguise (= wearing a disguise). + (figurative) A vote for the Liberal Democrats is just a Labour vote in disguise. 2[U] the art of changing your appearance so that people do not recognize you: He is a master of disguise. Idioms see BLESSING
Collocation Dictionary noun
VERB + DISGUISE
adopt, put on, wear
She adopted an elaborate disguise to help her pass through the town unrecognized.
| see through
We all saw through his disguise immediately.
The star travelled in disguise.
She was cleverly disguised as a policewoman.
VERB + DISGUISE
cannot/could not | try to
You cannot disguise what you are doing from your family.
an attempt to disguise sth
He made no attempt to disguise his liking for her.
| heavily disguised
speaking in a heavily disguised voice
| barely/thinly disguised
In her speech she made several thinly disguised attacks on the president.
Random quote: Do not expect the world to look bright, if you habitually wear gray-brown glasses.: Tomas Eliot