|Origin:||conceler, from Latin concelare, from com- ( COM-) + celare 'to hide'|
con‧ceal [transitive] formal
to hide something carefully:
The shadows concealed her as she crept up to the house.
The path was concealed by long grass.
to hide your real feelings or the truth:
She tried to conceal the fact that she was pregnant.
conceal something from somebody
She was taking drugs and trying to conceal it from me.
—concealment noun [uncountable]
deliberate concealment of his activities