- adj.秘密的; 私下的; 暗中的
They had a clandestine meeting in the park yesterday.
Up close – a clandestine massage parlour?
She is the director of clandestine operations of the CIA.
The early Christians held clandestine meetings in caves.
Once, the wizard used the fleshbeasts in his clandestine experiments within the laboratories of Karazhan.
This be the good place carrying on a clandestine love affair absolutely!
The necessary consequence is a great number of transient and clandestine connections.
To dramatize the necessity of clandestine warfare, instructors objectively recited case histories and their import.
Mrs. Rushworth was that kind of woman: foolish, vain, and clandestine by nature.
拉什沃恩夫人是“那类女人”: 愚蠢, 虚荣, 天生鬼鬼祟祟.
Have you ever been approached by anyone to do clandestine work?
A mouse leads a clandestine life below the ground.
So my first schooling was in Mandarin , in a clandestine class run by a married couple.
The CIA is running ads on stations across the country for jobs in its clandestine service.
Nearly all the clandestine factories have minimal safety standards and fatal explosions are a regular occurrence.
She can not let anyone know, including the clandestine manufacture of men.
Drunkard thinks he also has the experience of carry on a clandestine love affair, say: Hey!
酒鬼一想自己也有偷情的经历, 便说: 哎!
For instance, some clandestine publications are beautifully produced. Well, where did the paper come from?
举例说, 有些秘密刊物印得那么漂亮, 哪儿来的纸?
Finally one day, her husband found his wife a clandestine love affair.
That mystery happens to be that of the even clandestine, black hole.
Five years later, Bachelet returned to Chile and started working as a clandestine human rights activist.
1. conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods;
"clandestine intelligence operations"
"cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines"
"a secret agent"
"secret sales of arms"
"surreptitious mobilization of troops"
"an undercover investigation"