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incognito
American English: /ˌɪnkɑɡˈnidoʊ/
British English: /ˌɪnkɒɡˈniːtəʊ/

Translation of incognito in Spanish:

adverb

adjective

  • she didn't long remain incognito
    no permaneció en el anonimato mucho tiempo
    Example sentences
    • The road to perversion is cast with such anonymous faces, individuals incognito.
    • With distinction and excellence writ large over their existence, even when they are forced to live incognito lives, their brilliance soon gives them away and the rest of the less endowed people are soon after their blood.
    • With the president said to spend no more than one or two nights in the same place, to travel incognito and even to employ mustachioed, cigar-chomping lookalikes, this could prove easier said than done.

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