Definición de cover-up en inglés:

cover-up

Silabificación: cov·er-up
(also coverup)

sustantivo

  • 1An attempt to prevent people’s discovering the truth about a serious mistake or crime.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • For them, the cover-up of serious crimes is a way of life, a feature of their everyday business.
    • Her crime was to attempt a cover-up of something that wasn't a crime.
    • She refused to apologise on behalf of her Department and denied any attempt at a cover-up or bid to suppress the news.
    Sinónimos
    whitewash, concealment, false front, facade, camouflage, disguise, mask, veneer, pretext
    informal blame game
  • 2A loose outer garment, as worn over a swimsuit or exercise outfit.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • She ended up wearing swimsuit cover-ups instead.
    • The beloved long pareo, the swimsuit cover-up of choice for so many years, has shrunk to next to nothing.
    • I can't believe it's a coincidence that women designers have led us towards this long-overdue cover-up.

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