English version

hideout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhideouthide‧out /ˈhaɪdaʊt/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 HIDE/MAKE IT HARD TO FIND OR SEEa place where someone goes because they do not want anyone to find them
Examples from the Corpus
hideoutA reclusive ex-rock-star's London mansion is used as a hideout by a violent protection racket thug, played by James Fox.It is believed that the guerrillas have a hideout in the southern mountains.The designers designed a terrific pirate galleon and a thrilling Lost Boys' hideout.He flits from hideout to hideout.He must have been watching, presumably after finding his hideout violated.Police raided the gang's hideout on Thursday, arresting six people.From a sandbagged window, he points out the hideouts of his neighbour and his enemy.The navigators would disappear into their hideout and work out their courses and prepare their charts.He guessed, rightly, that the kidnappers did not want their hideout discovered - at least, not yet.
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