disimular

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English dissimulate, French dissimuler, Italian dissimulare, Spanish disimular.

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VerbEdit

disimular (present tense disimulas, past tense disimulis, future tense disimulos, imperative disimulez, conditional disimulus)

  1. (transitive) to dissimulate, dissemble; hide under a false appearance
    Me ne disimulas la danjero ube me esas.
    I do not hide the fact that there is danger where I am.

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Derived termsEdit

  • disimulanta (two-faced, double-faced, artful, sly)

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin dissimulare.

VerbEdit

disimular (first-person singular present disimulo, first-person singular preterite disimulé, past participle disimulado)

  1. to dissemble
  2. to hide

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