undercover

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Etymology[edit]

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under + cover

Adjective[edit]

undercover (comparative more undercover, superlative most undercover)

  1. Performed or happening in secret.
  2. Employed or engaged in spying or secret investigation.

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Noun[edit]

undercover (plural undercovers)

  1. A person who works undercover.

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