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secret    音標拼音: [s'ikrət] [s'ikrɪt]
n. 秘密,機密,神秘,秘訣,秘方
a. 秘密的,極機密的,隱蔽的,暗中的,神秘的

秘密,機密,神秘,秘訣,秘方秘密的,極機密的,隱蔽的,暗中的,神秘的

secret
秘密

secret
adj 1: not open or public; kept private or not revealed; "a
secret formula"; "secret ingredients"; "secret talks"
2: conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods;
"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}, {secret}, {surreptitious}, {undercover},
{underground}]
3: not openly made known; "a secret marriage"; "a secret bride"
[synonym: {unavowed}, {secret}]
4: communicated covertly; "their secret signal was a wink";
"secret messages"
5: not expressed; "secret (or private) thoughts" [synonym: {secret},
{private}]
6: designed to elude detection; "a hidden room or place of
concealment such as a priest hole"; "a secret passage"; "the
secret compartment in the desk" [synonym: {hidden}, {secret}]
7: hidden from general view or use; "a privy place to rest and
think"; "a secluded romantic spot"; "a secret garden" [synonym:
{privy}, {secluded}, {secret}]
8: (of information) given in confidence or in secret; "this
arrangement must be kept confidential"; "their secret
communications" [synonym: {confidential}, {secret}]
9: indulging only covertly; "a secret alcoholic"
10: having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to
the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding; "mysterious
symbols"; "the mystical style of Blake"; "occult lore"; "the
secret learning of the ancients" [synonym: {mysterious},
{mystic}, {mystical}, {occult}, {secret}, {orphic}]
11: the next to highest level of official classification for
documents
n 1: something that should remain hidden from others (especially
information that is not to be passed on); "the combination
to the safe was a secret"; "he tried to keep his drinking a
secret"
2: information known only to a special group; "the secret of
Cajun cooking" [synonym: {secret}, {arcanum}]
3: something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained;
"how it got out is a mystery"; "it remains one of nature's
secrets" [synonym: {mystery}, {enigma}, {secret}, {closed book}]

Secret \Se"cret\, a. [F. secret (cf. Sp. & Pg. secreto, It.
secreto, segreto), fr. L. secretus, p. p. of secernere to put
apart, to separate. See {Certain}, and cf. {Secrete},
{Secern}.]
1. Hidden; concealed; as, secret treasure; secret plans; a
secret vow. --Shak.
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The secret things belong unto the Lord our God; but
those things which are revealed belong unto us.
--Deut. xxix.
29.
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2. Withdrawn from general intercourse or notice; in
retirement or secrecy; secluded.
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There, secret in her sapphire cell,
He with the Nais wont to dwell. --Fenton.
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3. Faithful to a secret; not inclined to divulge or betray
confidence; secretive. [R.]
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Secret Romans, that have spoke the word,
And will not palter. --Shak.
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4. Separate; distinct. [Obs.]
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They suppose two other divine hypostases superior
thereunto, which were perfectly secret from matter.
--Cudworth.
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Syn: Hidden; concealed; secluded; retired; unseen; unknown;
private; obscure; recondite; latent; covert;
clandestine; privy. See {Hidden}.
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Secret \Se"cret\, n. [F. secret (cf. Pr. secret, Sp. & Pg.
secreto, It. secreto, segreto), from L. secretum. See
{Secret}, a.]
1. Something studiously concealed; a thing kept from general
knowledge; what is not revealed, or not to be revealed.
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To tell our own secrets is often folly; to
communicate those of others is treachery. --Rambler.
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2. A thing not discovered; what is unknown or unexplained; a
mystery.
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All secrets of the deep, all nature's works.
--Milton.
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3. pl. The parts which modesty and propriety require to be
concealed; the genital organs.
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{In secret}, in a private place; in privacy or secrecy; in a
state or place not seen; privately.
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Bread eaten in secret is pleasant. --Prov. ix.
17.
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Secret \Se"cret\, v. t.
To keep secret. [Obs.] --Bacon.
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classified \classified\ adj.
1. arranged into classes or categories; as, {unclassified}.

Syn: categorized.
[WordNet 1.5 PJC]

2. assigned to a class of documents withheld from general
circulation; -- of information or documents. Opposite of
{unclassified}.

Note: [Narrower terms: {eyes-only}; {confidential};
{restricted}; {secret}; {sensitive}; {top-secret}]
[WordNet 1.5]

190 Moby Thesaurus words for "secret":
abstract, abstruse, arcane, arcanum, beclouded, behind the curtain,
behind the scenes, blind, buried, by stealth, cabala, cabalistic,
camouflaged, censored, clandestine, classified,
classified information, close, closed, closemouthed, clouded,
concealed, confidence, confidential, confidential communication,
confidentially, covered, covert, cryptic, cryptographic, dark,
deep, deep-seated, devious, discreet, disguised, eclipsed,
encrypted, enigma, enigmatic, esoteric, esoterica, evasive,
furtive, furtively, genitals, guarded secret, heavy, hermetic,
hermetics, hid, hidden, hole-and-corner, hugger-mugger, hush-hush,
immanent, imperceptible, implanted, implicit, in a cloud, in a fog,
in eclipse, in purdah, in secret, in the wings, inalienable,
incommunicado, incomprehensible, indiscernible, indwelling,
infixed, ingrained, inherent, inner, insensible, internal,
intrinsic, invisible, inward, inwrought, irreducible, latent,
lonesome, mysterious, mystery, mystery of mysteries, mystical,
obfuscated, obscure, obscured, occult, on the sly, out of sight,
out-of-the-way, parts, personal matter, private, private matter,
private parts, privately, privates, privileged communication,
privity, privy, privy parts, profound, profound secret, pudenda,
quiet, quietly, recondite, remote, removed, resident, restricted,
restricted information, retired, screened, sealed book, secluded,
secluse, secretive, secretly, sequestered, shifty, shrouded,
sightless, smothered, sneak, stealthily, stealthy, stifled,
subjective, submerged, suppressed, surreptitious, surreptitiously,
the occult, top secret, top-secret, transcendental, ulterior,
unacknowledged, unalienable, unapparent, unbeheld, unbeholdable,
unbreatheable, unchallengeable, uncommunicative, undeclared,
under an eclipse, under cover, under house arrest, under security,
under wraps, under-the-table, undercover, underground, underhand,
underhanded, underneath, undiscernible, undisclosable, undisclosed,
undivulgable, undivulged, unknown, unnoticed, unobserved,
unperceivable, unperceived, unpublishable, unpublished,
unquestionable, unrealized, unrevealable, unrevealed, unseeable,
unseen, unspoken, untellable, untold, unutterable, unuttered,
unviewed, unwhisperable, unwitnessed, viewless,
wrapped in clouds

SECRET, rights. A knowledge of something which is unknown to others, out of
which a profit may be made; for example, an invention of a machine, or the
discovery of the effect of the combination of certain matters.
2. Instances have occurred of secrets of that kind being kept for many
years, but they are liable to constant detection. As such secrets are not
property, the possessors of them in general prefer making them public, and
securing the exclusive right for years, under the patent laws, to keeping
them in an insecure manner, without them. See Phil. on Pat. ch. 15; Gods. on
Pat. 171; Dav. Pat. Cas. 429; 8 Ves. 215; 2 Ves. & B. 218; 2 Mer. 446; 3
Mer. 157; 1 Jac. & W. 394; 1 Pick. 443; 4 Mason, 15; 3 B. & P. 630.


SECRET. That which is not to be revealed.
2. Attorneys and counsellors, who have been trusted professionally with
the secrets of their clients, are not allowed to reveal them in a court of
justice. The right of secrecy belongs to the client, and not to the attorney
and counsellor.
3. As to the matter communicated, it extends to all cases where the
client applies for professional advice or assistance; and it does not appear
that the protection is qualified by any reference to proceedings pending or
in contemplation. Story, Eq. Pl. Sec. 600; 1 Milne & K. 104; 3 Sim. R. 467.
3. Documents confided professionally to the counsel cannot be demanded,
unless indeed the party would himself be bound to produce them. Hare on
Discov. 171. Grand jurors are sworn the commonwealth's secrets, their
fellows and their own to keep. Vide Confidential communications; Witness.

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