Definition of cloak_2 verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.

• But he strongly disapproved of the proselytizing that went on under the cloak of humanitarianism. cloak cloak 2 verb [transitive] 1 HIDE/NOT SHOW to deliberately hide facts, feelings etc so that people do not see or understand them – used especially in news reports be cloaked in secrecy/mystery The talks have been cloaked in secrecy. 2 Cloak | Definition of Cloak by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico ‘Her hooded cloak hid her features but wisps of chestnut hair could be seen.’ ‘With a flourish, the man produced a set of papers, previously hidden inside his black cloak.’ ‘Even disguised in her black cloak, Cate had no desire to cross paths with Sir Marcus.’ Cloak | Definition of Cloak by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico

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cloak translation in English-Spanish dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 4366 sentences matching phrase "cloak".Found in 9 ms. CLOAK (noun) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary

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Say dictionary definition | say defined say definition: Say means approximately or for example. (adverb) An example of say used as an adverb is to make a statement using the word "say" before the actual estimate such as, "That ice cream cone has, say, 700 calories," which means the ice c