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hide1 British & World English

Put or keep out of sight

hide2 British & World English

The skin of an animal, especially when tanned or dressed

hide3 British & World English

A former measure of land used in England, typically equal to between 60 and 120 acres, being the amount that would support a family and its dependants

hide1 English Thesaurus

he hid the money in the house

hide2 English Thesaurus

the hide should be tanned as soon as possible

hide beetle British & World English

A dull brown scavenging beetle that feeds on stored hides and dried meat and may be a serious pest of warehouses

hide one's head British & World English

Cover up one’s face or keep out of sight, especially from shame

save one's hide British & World English

Escape from danger or difficulty

hide-and-seek British & World English

A children’s game in which one or more players hide and the other or others have to look for them

hide or hair of British & World English

The slightest trace of

tan someone's hide British & World English

Beat or flog someone

hide behind in hide1 British & World English

Use (someone or something) to protect oneself from criticism or punishment, especially in a way considered cowardly

hide one's light under a bushel British & World English

Keep quiet about one’s talents or accomplishments

cowhide British & World English

A cow’s hide

hideout British & World English

A hiding place, especially one used by someone who has broken the law

oxhide British & World English

Leather made from the hide of an ox

hide one's head in hide1 British & World English

Cover up one’s face or keep out of sight, especially from shame

save one's hide in hide2 British & World English

Escape from danger or difficulty

hidebound British & World English

Unwilling or unable to change because of tradition or convention

hide one's light under a bushel in hide1 British & World English

Keep quiet about one’s talents or accomplishments


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