I 1. past tense - hid; verb
(to put (a person, thing etc) in a place where it cannot be seen or easily found: I'll hide the children's presents; You hide, and I'll come and look for you; She hid from her father; He tries to hide his feelings.) gjemme/skjule (seg)
2. noun
(a small concealed hut etc from which birds etc can be watched, photographed etc.) skjulested
- hide-and-seek
- hide-out
II noun
(the skin of an animal: He makes coats out of animal hides; cow-hide.) skinn, hud
subst. \/haɪd\/
1) skinnfell, fell, skinn, (dyre)hud
2) (hverdagslig) skinn, hud
have a thick hide være tykkhudet, være hardhudet
have the hide to være frekk nok til å
(neither) hide nor hair (amer.) ikke så mye som skyggen, ikke snurten
there was left neither hide nor hair of it
det var ikke så mye som skyggen igjen av det
save one's hide redde skinnet (sitt)
tan someone's hide gi noen juling
subst. \/haɪd\/
(spesielt ved dyrefotografering) gjemmested, kamuflasjetelt
subst. \/haɪd\/
(historisk) bol, forklaring: gammelt flatemål, 60-120 acres
verb (hid - hidden eller hid) \/haɪd\/
1) gjemme, skjule, holde skjult, holde gjemt
I didn't know where to hide myself
jeg visste ikke hvor jeg skulle gjøre av meg
2) gjemme seg, skjule seg, holde seg skjult
3) hemmeligholde
hide from gjemme seg for, skjule seg for
hide oneself gjemme seg, skjule seg
hide one's head (for shame) skjemmes, skamme seg
hide one's light (under a bushel) sette sitt lys under en skjeppe
hide out (hverdagslig) ligge i dekning, holde seg skjult
verb \/haɪd\/
(hverdagslig) jule, pryle, banke

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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