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clandestine
American English: /klænˈdɛstən/
, /ˈklændɛsˌtaɪn/
British English: /klanˈdɛstɪn/
, /ˈklandɛstɪn/

Translation of clandestine in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • I agreed to act as though our affair were a secret, a clandestine drama to be hidden from the rest of the world.
    • Other clandestine links operate, smuggling arms and, according to the police, drugs into Northern Ireland.
    • So far, if the clandestine meetings had gotten any easier, it was only marginally.

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