Translation of disguise in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [person] disfrazar*; [voice] cambiar to disguise oneself disfrazarse* to disguise oneself
assth disfrazarse* dealgo disguised as a priest disfrazado de curaExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (conceal) [mistake/incompetence] ocultar; [disapproval/contempt/pleasure] disimular there is no disguising the fact that … no se puede ocultar el hecho de que …
- She is supposed to have disguised herself as a pauper for a young priest who, out of charity, took her to an inn to feed her.
- In 1671 he and Maria disguised themselves as a parson and his wife. They visited the keeper of the jewels and Maria pretended to faint to cause a distraction.
- In order to reach the river, they'd disguised themselves as servants.
- It can make sweet things sweeter, it can disguise unpleasant tastes and smells and it is the most versatile food ingredient known to man.
- ‘Great outfit,’ Joey said disguising his voice with scratchy sounds.
- She disguised her voice to make it sound deeper and manlier, and with the wrap covering her mouth, it made it sound even more muffled.
- I didn't make an effort to disguise my emotions or hide my tears, which were slowly beginning to fall.
- The judges make no effort to disguise their boredom.
- It's very easy to tell a fun story which disguised my feelings about the most painful moment in my life.
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