keep it dark

keep it dark
(to keep something a secret: They're engaged to be married but they want to keep it dark.) tenere qualcosa segreto

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  • keep something dark — keep something secret from other people I asked Ann to keep my identity dark * * * keep sth ˈdark f9 idiom (BrE, informal) to keep sth secret and not tell people about it • He s got two children? Well he s kept that dark …   Useful english dictionary

  • Keep It Dark — «Keep it Dark» Canción de Genesis álbum Abacab Publicación 18 de septiembre 1981 Grabación …   Wikipedia Español

  • keep something dark — keep (something) dark to keep something secret. If he did know that Anna was leaving, he certainly kept it dark …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep it dark — To conceal something • • • Main Entry: ↑dark …   Useful english dictionary

  • Keep It Dark — Single infobox | Name = Keep It Dark Artist = Genesis from Album = Abacab B Side = Naminanu Released = 1982 Format = 7 Recorded = 1981 Genre = Rock Length = 4:32 Label = Charisma/Virgin (U.K.) Atlantic(U.S.) Producer = Genesis, Chart position =… …   Wikipedia

  • keep it dark — keep it a secret, don t tell …   English contemporary dictionary

  • keep something dark — Brit. keep something secret. → dark …   English new terms dictionary

  • keep dark — keep (something) dark to keep something secret. If he did know that Anna was leaving, he certainly kept it dark …   New idioms dictionary

  • dark — 1 adjective 1 PLACE a dark place is one where there is little or no light: The church was dark and quiet. | I waited for them in a dark alley. | go dark (=become dark): Suddenly, the room went dark and somebody screamed. opposite light 3 (3) 2… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dark — dark1 W1S2 [da:k US da:rk] adj comparative darker superlative darkest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(no light)¦ 2¦(colour)¦ 3¦(hair/eyes/skin)¦ 4¦(mysterious)¦ 5¦(evil)¦ 6¦(unhappy time)¦ 7¦(feelings/thoughts)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dark — adjective 1》 with little or no light. 2》 of a deep or sombre colour.     ↘(of skin, hair, or eyes) brown or black.     ↘(of a person) having dark skin, hair, or eyes. 3》 characterized by unhappiness or unpleasantness: the dark days of the war.… …   English new terms dictionary

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