English version

make no secret of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake no secret of somethingmake no secret of somethingKNOW somethingto make your opinions about something clear Louise made no secret of her dislike for John. secret
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make no secret of somethingThey broke or brushed aside the obstacles that stood in their way, and made no secret of paying any necessary bribes.Andersen made no secret of infatuations with women, notably with the singer Jenny Lind.The bank had made no secret of their dismay over Virgin's venture into airlines.They know about her, of course: I made no secret of it.I made no secret of my disgust at the way people were behaving.Marge made no secret of her dislike for Terry.The people of the North made no secret of their dismay over the way things were going.Regan makes no secret of the fact that he is not merely indulging in theoretical philosophy.But she made no secret of her opinion of his running again.
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