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Wednesday, December 22, 2010
keep it under wraps
means keeping it a secret. We use this expression whenever we tell someone something that we want to stay confidential.
1. The staff will have to know about the recent changes, but let's
until we finalize everything.
2. Have you heard? David and Sandra got engaged. We have to
for now, though. She hasn't told her parents.
3. Don't tell Tom anything. That guy has a hard time
4. Do you want to
the plans for a merger
5. He's working on a project that he wants to
keep under wraps
right now. He said he'd let everyone know once it's finished.
from someone? Do you want to tell us about it? We won't tell. We promise.
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