①Camouflage consists of things such as leaves, branches, or brown and green paint, which are used to make it difficult for an enemy to see military forces and equipment.【n.(军事上的)伪装，隐蔽】
②If military buildings or vehicles are camouflaged, things such as leaves, branches, or brown and green paint are used to make it difficult for an enemy to see them.【v.对(军事建筑或车辆)进行伪装;掩饰】
③ If you camouflage something such as a feeling or a situation, you hide it or make it appear to be something different.【v.掩饰;隐瞒】
④Camouflage is the way in which some animals are coloured and shaped so that they cannot easily be seen in their natural surroundings.【n.(动物的)伪装(术)，保护色】
①They were dressed in camouflage and carried automatic rifles.
②You won't see them from the air. They'd be very well camouflaged .
③He has never camouflaged his desire to better himself.
④Confident in its camouflage , being the same colour as the rocks, the lizard stands still when it feels danger.
这个单词挺高频的，《经济学人》一篇题为 Fail deadly 的文章也出现了两次这个表达：
If you bump into someone you know, you meet them unexpectedly.
I happened to bump into Mervyn Johns in the hallway.
Matt Haig的新书 The Midnight Library 也出现了两次这个表达：
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