English version

go to ground

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo to groundgo to groundBritish EnglishHIDE/MAKE IT HARD TO FIND OR SEE to make it hard for people to find you The man has gone to ground since his photograph was published in a national newspaper. ground
Examples from the Corpus
go to groundI'd gone to ground so the culprit could not have known of my presence.The dead man's brother has gone to ground.After flying into a military airport in a private jet, he went to ground.Let any crook try to find me, I said to myself, when I go to ground in Uulaa-la.Also they are very severe on the second man going to ground.
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