Last modified on 19 September 2013, at 22:55

paslēpt

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From pa- +‎ slēpt (to hide).

PronunciationEdit

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VerbEdit

paslēpt tr., 1st conj., pres. paslēpju, paslēp, paslēpj, past paslēpu

  1. to hide (to place something or someone in a place where others cannot see or find it)
    paslēpt ko kabatā — to hide something in (one's) pocket
    Liena paslēpa vēstuli azotē — Liena hid the letter in her bosom
    paslēpt seju spilvenā — to hide (one's) face in the pillow
    paslēpt bēgli, partizānu — to hide a refugee, a (guerrilla) partisan
  2. to hide, to protect (to place something or someone in a safe place, protected from something)
    paslēpt seju no saules — to hide the face from the sun

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