What does camouflage mean

camouflage (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
camouflage, simple past: camouflaged, participle II: camouflaged
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈTaʁnən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) reflexive: disguise; take measures to adapt to the environment so as not to be recognized
2) reflexive: impersonate something else in order to hide the true essence
Related terms:
1) mask
2) pretend
General terms:
1) hide
Application examples:
1) In order not to be recognized by the enemy, camouflaged you yourself.
2) The spy camouflaged himself as a journalist.
Typical word combinations:
2) prove to be XXX camouflage
Word formations:
Unmask, camouflage paint, camouflage suit, camouflage designation, camouflage color, camouflage coloring, camouflage company, camouflage cap, camouflage maneuvers, camouflage coat, camouflage name, camouflage net, camouflage organization, camouflage
2) Cover identity
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. camouflage; you camouflages; he she it camouflages
Simple past: I. camouflaged
Participle II: camouflaged
Subjunctive II: i camouflaged
Imperative: singular camouflage!; Plural camouflages!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • English: 1) camouflage; 2) disguise
  • French: 1) camoufler; 2) déguiser
  • I do: 1) Kamuflar
  • Italian: 1) mascherare
  • Catalan: 2) disfressar-se
  • Portuguese: 2) disfarçar-se
  • Spanish: 1) camuflarse; 2) disfrazarse

Anagrams:ran, tears

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Often camouflage predominantly migrants do their criminal business.
Kölnische Rundschau, January 9, 2019

Also: entrepreneurs who consider themselves as private individuals camouflage and health-related statements on animal feed.
Online retailer news, July 24, 2019

In Berlin, customs caught a smuggler who sold protected turtles as chocolate camouflage wanted.
euronews, March 15, 2019

Influencer camouflage Advertising is often very skillful: while established companies usually adhere to the labeling regulations, bloggers who say hello from everywhere often do not.
DiePresse.com, September 18, 2018

The Islamic Central Council has been facing headwinds since the terror propaganda process. The consequence: followers have to have bank accounts camouflage - and meet in the fitness center.
Bernerzeitung.ch, December 4th, 2018

South American fringed tortoises live in the mud and camouflage as a stone: Researchers have now made a surprising discovery in the animal's genome.
Spiegel Online, April 25, 2020

you camouflage as employees of the health department and gain access to apartments - fraudsters shamelessly exploit many people's fear of the coronavirus.
GMX, March 31, 2020

Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump and Viktor Orbán camouflage nationalism as self-protection. Believing them is a mistake that can lead to war.
Die Zeit, October 04, 2020

Also in Netflix's fourth season of House of Money camouflage the bank robbers wear their famous masks again. But instead of Dalí, a completely different person would have been the godfather of the mask.
moviepilot.de, April 13, 2020

If you don't pay attention in WhatsApp, you could quickly lose your WhatsApp account. Criminals are currently trying to get your accounts through a very brazen scam. you camouflage yourself as a person from your address book.
netzwelt.de, January 25, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Inflection tarnen - The conjugation of the verb tarnen

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI camouflageyou camouflagehe / she / it camouflageswe camouflageyou camouflagethey camouflage
Present Subjunctive I.I camouflageyou camouflagehe / she / it camouflageswe camouflageyou camouflagethey camouflage
Past tense indicativeI camouflagedyou camouflagedhe / she / it camouflagedwe camouflagedyou camouflagedthey camouflaged
Past tense subjunctive III camouflagedyou camouflagedhe / she / it camouflagedwe camouflagedyou camouflagedthey camouflaged
Perfect indicativeI camouflagedyou camouflagedhe / she / it camouflagedwe camouflagedyou camouflagedthey have camouflaged
Perfect subjunctive I.I camouflagedyou have camouflagedhe / she / it was camouflagingwe camouflagedyou have camouflagedthey have camouflaged
Past perfect indicativeI had camouflagedyou had camouflagedhe / she / it had camouflagedwe had camouflagedyou had camouflagedthey had camouflaged
Past perfect subjunctive III would have camouflagedyou would have camouflagedhe / she / it would have camouflagedwe would have camouflagedyou would have camouflagedthey would have camouflaged
Future I indicativeI will camouflageyou will camouflagehe / she / it will camouflagewe will camouflageyou will camouflagethey will camouflage
Future tense I subjunctiveI will camouflageyou will camouflagehe / she / it will camouflagewe will camouflageyou will camouflagethey will camouflage
Future tense I subjunctive III would camouflageyou would camouflagehe / she / it would camouflagewe would camouflageyou would camouflagethey would camouflage
Future tense II indicativeI will have camouflagedyou will have camouflagedhe / she / it will have camouflagedwe will have camouflagedyou will have camouflagedthey will have camouflaged
Future tense II subjunctive II will have camouflagedyou will have camouflagedhe / she / it will have camouflagedwe will have camouflagedyou will have camouflagedthey will have camouflaged
Future II subjunctive III would have camouflagedyou would have camouflagedhe / she / it would have camouflagedwe would have camouflagedyou would have camouflagedthey would have camouflaged

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • conceal: hide undesirable aspects / properties through targeted measures; stick something over or over with paper or foil
  • envelop: be an outer layer (a shell) around an interior; be placed around something or someone as packaging / covering / protection
  • coat
  • to fog: envelop in fine haze / smoke (mist); cloud the ability to concentrate
  • to sweep under the carpet: conceal something, conceal it
  • hide: refl. to hide so that one is not found; trans. hide something so that others cannot see it; trans., translated: to keep the truth about something secret; not letting others know something; not be publicly visible or known; trans. be placed in front of something in such a way that what is behind cannot be seen
  • cover up: trans. to block the unobstructed view of something or someone; trans. cover with something (blanket, tarpaulin, ...) in such a way that it can no longer (completely) be seen; trans., transferred: prevent something (intention, project ...) from being visible (for everyone) through targeted measures
  • distort: change in terms of result or quality
  • cover up: trans. something with a cover (usually fabric) so that it is completely covered by this and the actual object can no longer be seen
  • disguise: trans., often, reflexive: wearing a costume; to costumize; joking: put on formal clothes; trans. cover with a covering layer or screen; cover up, cover up
  • fog up: make invisible, obstruct the view, fill with plumes (fog); conceal transmitted through skillful rhetoric so that the listener is manipulated, misled or confused; technically divide liquid into tiny droplets
  • disguise: trans. to put a veil in front of something; trans., translated: to hide something, to hide; refl. to cover oneself with a veil; refl. the sky is foggy with a dome of haze or clouds; refl. the view becomes cloudy (tear fluid)
  • hide: trans., refl .: to bring oneself or someone else or something to a place that is not known to others, where one or it is not seen
  • cover up: trans. hide an issue so that it does not become publicly known
  • blur: make something unclear / smear, for example by touching something that is still damp too early; also reflexively something becomes unclear / not easy to understand (due to external influences); Deliberately make something obscure, cover it up, or destroy clues
  • cover up: trans. hide or protect someone or something under something by overlaying something; cover with a blanket / duvet
  • camouflage: out of date: hide something, hide it
  • out of sight
  • conceal: hide undesirable aspects / properties through targeted measures; stick something over or over with paper or foil
  • mask: trans., refl .: someone or dressing up with a mask, a mask costume; trans., fig .: trying to hide something with something; trans., culinary art: covering a dish with a sauce, egg whites or glaze; trans., photography: correcting color values ​​and tonal values ​​using a mask (filter)
  • hide: refl. to hide so that one is not found; trans. hide something so that others cannot see it; trans., translated: to keep the truth about something secret; not letting others know something; not be publicly visible or known; trans. be placed in front of something in such a way that what is behind cannot be seen
  • conceal: trans., go .: hiding something (especially feelings and thoughts) from someone, hiding something; trans., seldom: keeping illegally acquired things hidden
  • hide: trans. make sure that something is not known
  • hide: trans., refl .: to bring oneself or someone else or something to a place that is not known to others, where one or it is not seen

Another word (synonym) for camouflage - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "camouflage":

camouflage: ... bringing about such a change. Origin of the term: Deriving from the stem of the verb camouflage with the suffix (derivative) -ung Synonyms: 2) Camouflage Opposite words: ...

discover: serve up, camouflage, deceive, cover up, darken a credible story. General terms: structural: cover Examples of use: 1) It was a beautiful day

disguise: ... veils through conversion and the prefix are synonymous: 1) cover up, cloak 2) camouflage, conceal, conceal, conceal, obscure, hide, cover up 3) cover up ...

camouflage: conceal, camouflage, cover up, conceal, conceal, hide, blur Opposite words: 1) uncover, reveal, reveal Examples of use: 1) He skillfully camouflaged his ignorance

Mimesis: ... Adaptation of a way of adapting its appearance to an object in its environment in order to camouflage itself Origin of the term: 1) From Greek μίμησις (mímēsis) = ...


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