niqob, niqoblash, o'zgartirilgan qiyofainqoblamoq, niqoblamoq, tashqi ko'rinishini o'zgartirmoq, soxtalashtirib ko'rsatmoq
- inqoblamoqyashirinmaskelemeyeizdoshlari yashirishda kabi urf
Noun(1) an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of something(2) any attire that modifies the appearance in order to conceal the wearer's identity(3) the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance
Verb(1) make unrecognizable
(1) A few years back baseball caps were used to disguise someone's appearance.(2) And it is crucial to see that the image of his humanity is not a disguise covering the truer reality of his divinity.(3) I put on dark glasses as a disguise(4) Feeling slightly humiliated, Anna folded her arms, sat back in her chair and pouted, making no effort to disguise her anger toward his put-down.(5) Next morning he left secretly and, in disguise , appeared at Vendome, for he had been negotiating to marry the duke's daughter.(6) A tincture is easier for children to take and it can be added to a little juice to disguise the taste.(7) He came in disguise , with a fake name, because he knew ├ö├ç├┐Prince Charming├ö├ç├û was too obvious.(8) he made no effort to disguise his contempt(9) When the war ended in 1918, he donned a disguise and fled temporarily into Switzerland.(10) I didn't make an effort to disguise my emotions or hide my tears, which were slowly beginning to fall.(11) Whoever said anything about being in disguise ?(12) This blitz of ads sells superficial cosmetics as a mask to disguise the glaring self-deficiency felt by most people today.(13) The police made no more than a token effort to disguise their enthusiasm for the militia cause.(14) Various coatings were devised to disguise any bitter or unpleasant taste, gold and silver being particularly valued.(15) does holding a handkerchief over the mouthpiece really disguise your voice?(16) What began as a cheap and easy way to disguise the taste of alcohol in prohibition America quickly became the drink of choice for the privileged fast set of the 1920s.
(1) in disguise :: tovuqni
1. camouflage ::
2. camouflage ::
3. conceal ::
4. hide ::
6. dissemble ::
7. mask ::
8. screen ::
9. shroud ::
10. veil ::
11. cloak ::
12. gloss over ::
1. unmask ::
Different Formsdisguise, disguised, disguises, disguising
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