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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop-secretˌtop-ˈsecret adjective  SECRETtop-secret documents or information must be kept completely secret a top-secret code
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top-secretHuang was given a top-secret clearance at Commerce after what Republicans have called a lax background investigation.top-secret government reportsIf he does, it could be used by corporations, governments or any group that wanted to keep top-secret information secure.Both had given away vast amounts of top-secret material without their employers being aware.Evidence of MI6's involvement appeared in a top-secret report placed on the internet last month.The men were carrying out top-secret research into radar, and until now the incident has been shrouded in mystery.But at least he was out of his top-secret room and getting a bit of fresh air for a change.The firm is described as a leading developer of top-secret weaponry.
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