Definition of undercover in English:

undercover

Syllabification: un·der·cov·er
Pronunciation: /ˌəndərˈkəvər
 
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adjective

adverb

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  • As an undercover agent: a special unit of the police that operates undercover
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    • She said two police officers went undercover for three weeks in the town at the end of July, calling themselves Matt and Anne.
    • Police went undercover at a Catholic mass to root out yobs who attacked the parish priest.
    • The claims are made by a former British soldier who worked undercover within the IRA.

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