cloak

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English - English
A long outer garment worn over the shoulders covering the back; a cape, often with a hood
To render invisible via futuristic technology
A blanket-like covering, often metaphorical

Night hid her movements with its cloak of darkness.

To cover as with a cloak
A text replacement for an IRC user's hostname or IP address, making the user less identifiable
anything that covers or conceals
A loose outer garment, extending from the neck downwards, and commonly without sleeves
If you refer to something as a cloak, you mean that it is intended to hide the truth about something. Preparations for the wedding were made under a cloak of secrecy
A long outer garment worn over the shoulders, a cape, often with a hood
A cloak of something such as mist or snow completely covers and hides something. Today most of England will be under a cloak of thick mist. = blanket
a loose outer garment
To cloak something means to cover it or hide it. the decision to cloak major tourist attractions in unsightly hoardings The beautiful sweeping coastline was cloaked in mist
It is longer than a cape, and is worn both by men and by women
hide under a false appearance; "He masked his disappointment"
This sleeveless outer-garment was worn draped over the shoulders Usually of a heavy wool, it could be made of the same materials as the suit Cloaks might have no collar at all, a square "sailor’s" collar, or a hood Length varied from waist to mid-calf for men, and from waist to ankle for women It was unladylike to show any ankle!!!!
To cover with, or as with, a cloak; hence, to hide or conceal
A sensitive disguise and deception illusionary technique first deployed by the CIA in Moscow during the mid-1970s
That which conceals; a disguise or pretext; an excuse; a fair pretense; a mask; a cover
form-fitting outergarment
{f} cover, conceal
A cloak is a long, loose, sleeveless piece of clothing which people used to wear over their other clothes when they went out
{i} loose sleeveless outer garment that fastens at the neck and hangs down the back; mask, disguise; something that covers, something which conceals
cloak-and-dagger
Marked by menacing furtive secrecy, often with a melodramatic tint or espionage involved

Israel wages cloak-and-dagger war on Iran — headline, The Age, February 18, 2009 by Philip Sherwell and Dina Kraft.

cloak and dagger
type of adventure movie or book based on espionage; situation that involves espionage or secrecy; situation when people act in a very secret way when not actually necessary
cloak and dagger
involving secrecy and mystery; full of secrecy and intrigue; clandestine
cloak and sword
{s} (of a drama or fiction book) referring to characters who wear cloaks and swords; involving the habits and romance of the nobility in days that are past
cloak fern
Any of various ferns in the genus Notholaena, native chiefly to the temperate and tropical Americas, having pinnately compound leaves, and often found in dry rocky areas
cloak of snow
{i} coat of snow
cloak-and-dagger
A cloak-and-dagger activity is one which involves mystery and secrecy. She was released from prison in a cloak and dagger operation yesterday. very secret and mysterious, and usually involving the work of spies
cloak-and-dagger
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"
cloaked
Covered, hidden, disguised

He was a tall dark man, cloaked in mystery.

cloaked
Simple past tense and past participle of cloak
invisibility cloak
A fictional or theoretical cloak that has the effect of making both itself and anything it covers become invisible
mourning cloak
A large butterfly, Nymphalis antiopa, native to Eurasia and North America
mourning cloak
A dark cloak worn by a mourner at a funeral
a cloak
{n} mantle
cloaked
Disguised, masked, having its true character concealed
A cloak
tog
To cloak
pall
cloaked
past of cloak
cloaked
Wearing a cloak
cloaked
having its true character concealed with the intent of misleading; "hidden agenda"; "masked threat"
cloaked
having its true character concealed with the intent of misleading; "hidden agenda"; "masked threat
cloaked
covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak; "leaf-clothed trees"; "fog-cloaked meadows"; "a beam draped with cobwebs"; "cloud-wrapped peaks"
cloaking
A server's ability to mask its own identity when making calls on a client's behalf When cloaking is enabled, calls made by the server impersonating the client can be made under the client's identity When cloaking is disabled, calls by the server will be made under the server's identity See also dynamic cloaking, impersonation, static cloaking
cloaking
A method to deliver different content to different agents Used to send optimized pages to specific search engines A very dangerous tool, that can cause a spam flag by the engines (They hate it)
cloaking
The act of covering with a cloak; the act of concealing anything
cloaking
See: Redirect URL
cloaking
a bait and switch technique that delivers visitors a different page from the one listed within the search engine This technique delivers specific pages to search engines while visitors are re-directed to your home page This technique is usually used to trick the search engines and we do not practice such techniques
cloaking
Server-side technology that delivers different Web pages depending on whether the IP address is from a known search engine spider or someone else If from a search spider, the server feeds an optimized page Otherwise a regular page is served Search engines object to this technique and routinely purge cloaked pages, and in some cases ban the site entirely This technique is also called IP spoofing, IP cloaking and IP delivery
cloaking
Using HTML framing methods to make it appear that a web site is being served under another host name Doesn't have very much to do with DNS but some DNS providers offer it a a service
cloaking
The material of which of which cloaks are made
cloaking
The hiding of page content Normally carried out to stop page thieves stealing optimized pages See also Bait-and-Switch
cloaking
The process by which your site can display different pages under different circumstances It is primarily used to show an optimized page to the search engines and a different page to humans Most search engines will penalize a site if they discover that it is using cloaking
cloaking
present participle of cloak
cloaking
The process by which your site can display different pages under different circumstances Primarily used to show optimized page to the search engines and a different page to humans Most search engines will penalize a site if they discover that it is using cloaking
cloaking
The hiding of page content Involves providing one page for a search engine or directory and a different page for other user agents at the same URL Legitimate method for stopping page thieves from stealing optimized pages, but frowned upon by some search engines resulting in penalties
cloaking
The hiding of a page content, normally done to stop potential stealing of well optimized pages, but also used for providing of one page for a search engine or directory and a different page for other actual visitor As this technique could artificially increase the relevancy of the web sites and was abused in the past it's treated as spam on most search engines and especially Google (which supplies data for Yahoo, AOL, Iwon, Netscape, Kanoodle, etc )
cloaks
plural of cloak
cloaks
third-person singular of cloak
mourning cloak
A large butterfly (Nymphalis antiopa) of Europe and North America, having purplish-brown wings with a broad yellow border
mourning cloak
of temperate regions; having dark purple wings with yellow borders
opera cloak
a large cloak worn over evening clothes
under the cloak of
concealed by, covered by
Turkish - English

Definition of cloak in Turkish English dictionary

hırkai Saadet the cloak of Muhammad
(kept in Topkapı Palace). H
hırkai Saadet. 2. a cloak given
by the Prophet Muhammad to Veysel Karani (kept in the Hırkai Şerif Mosque in Istanbul)
cloak
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