Definition of hidden agenda in English:

hidden agenda

Syllabification: hid·den a·gen·da

noun

A secret or ulterior motive for something.
More example sentences
  • He gives much less consideration to the messier aspects of real policymaking - partisan and bureaucratic politics, hidden agendas, ulterior motives, and personal ambition.
  • ‘We had no hidden agendas, no secret mission,’ asserts Eugene.
  • Exploring hidden agendas behind recent Hollywood films, as well as giving examples of more overtly politically independent film, the collection shows how contemporary American film reflects a diverse range of issues.

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