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secret 基本解释

名词秘诀; 奥秘; 秘密,机密

形容词隐秘的; 神秘的; 秘密的,机密的

secret 同义词


形容词mysterious secluded private hidden

secret 反义词


形容词open public overt obvious

secret 相关词组


1. in secret : 秘密地;

secret 相关例句


1. He left through a secret door.

2. The political prisoner was executed after a secret trial.

3. He is secret about his past.


1. One of the secrets of good health is regular exercise.

2. What is the secret of his success?

secret 网络解释

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2. 秘密的:大白天,不是为了一个秘密的(secret),预料到了的(expected),额外的(extra)电话,而是为了一个急迫的(quick)电话作者会忽然出去. 作者就会跟这个人打,跟那个人打,心里总是告诫(tell)就再打一个,而不是强迫(force),给予(give)和限制(limit)自己.

secret 词典解释

1. 秘密的;机密的;保密的
    If something is secret, it is known about by only a small number of people, and is not told or shown to anyone else.

    e.g. Soldiers have been training at a secret location...
    e.g. The police have been trying to keep the documents secret.

He wore a hidden microphone to secretly tape-record conversations.
...secretly organised events.

2. 秘密;机密;内情
    A secret is a fact that is known by only a small number of people, and is not told to anyone else.

    e.g. I think he enjoyed keeping our love a secret...
    e.g. I didn't want anyone to know about it, it was my secret.

3. 秘诀;诀窍
    If you say that a particular way of doing things is the secret of achieving something, you mean that it is the best or only way to achieve it.

    e.g. The secret of success is honesty and fair dealing...
    e.g. I learned something about writing. The secret is to say less than you need.


4. 奥秘;奥妙
    Something's secrets are the things about it which have never been fully explained.

    e.g. We have an opportunity now to really unlock the secrets of the universe...
    e.g. The past is riddled with deep dark secrets.

5. 秘密地;暗地里
    If you do something in secret, you do it without anyone else knowing.

    e.g. Dan found out that I had been meeting my ex-boyfriend in secret.

6. 保守秘密
    If you say that someone can keep a secret, you mean that they can be trusted not to tell other people a secret that you have told them.

    e.g. Tom was utterly indiscreet, and could never keep a secret.

7. 不隐瞒;开诚布公
    If you make no secret of something, you tell others about it openly and clearly.

    e.g. His wife made no secret of her hatred for the formal occasions...
    e.g. Ministers are making no secret about their wish to buy American weapons.

secret 英英释义



1. something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained

    e.g. how it got out is a mystery
           it remains one of nature's secrets

    Synonym: mystery enigma closed book

2. information known only to a special group

    e.g. the secret of Cajun cooking

    Synonym: arcanum

3. something that should remain hidden from others (especially information that is not to be passed on)

    e.g. the combination to the safe was a secret
           he tried to keep his drinking a secret


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1. not openly made known

    e.g. a secret marriage
           a secret bride

    Synonym: unavowed

2. the next to highest level of official classification for documents

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3. having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence
    beyond ordinary understanding

    e.g. mysterious symbols
           the mystical style of Blake
           occult lore
           the secret learning of the ancients

    Synonym: mysterious mystic mystical occult orphic

4. not expressed

    e.g. secret (or private) thoughts

    Synonym: private

5. conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods

    e.g. clandestine intelligence operations
           cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines
           hole-and-corner intrigue
           secret missions
           a secret agent
           secret sales of arms
           surreptitious mobilization of troops
           an undercover investigation
           underground resistance

    Synonym: clandestine cloak-and-dagger hole-and-corner(a) hugger-mugger hush-hush surreptitious undercover underground

6. indulging only covertly

    e.g. a secret alcoholic

7. communicated covertly

    e.g. their secret signal was a wink
           secret messages

8. (of information) given in confidence or in secret

    e.g. this arrangement must be kept confidential
           their secret communications

    Synonym: confidential

9. hidden from general view or use

    e.g. a privy place to rest and think
           a secluded romantic spot
           a secret garden

    Synonym: privy secluded

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10. designed to elude detection

    e.g. a hidden room or place of concealment such as a priest hole
           a secret passage
           the secret compartment in the desk

    Synonym: hidden

11. not open or public
      kept private or not revealed

      e.g. a secret formula
             secret ingredients
             secret talks

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