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top-secret
Pronunciation: /ˌtɒpˈsiːkrɪt/

Translation of top-secret in Spanish:

adjective predicative top secret

  • Example sentences
    • He handled - and secretly photographed - top-secret military documents that crossed his desk.
    • The real reason he is never free to visit you isn't because the CIA forbids him from leaving his top-secret mission in Uruguay.
    • I knew they couldn't because a few days before their president had provided me with a top-secret document from the computer.

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