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She put plastic covers on all the furniture.
Her face was once on the cover of Vogue magazine.
On the train I read the newspaper from cover to cover.
The policy does not provide cover for belongings when they are outside the home.
You need to arrange cover against your traveller's cheques being stolen.
The troops had to run across open fields with no cover.
Everybody ran for cover as the hail started to fall.
Detective Philips entered the house while the other officers gave cover.
His import-export company was a cover for a drug-smuggling operation.
The supply teacher provides cover for teachers who are sick.
an agency that provides emergency cover
They did a brilliant cover of the old Abba song.
Working under cover is one of the most dangerous types of police work.
The information you requested is being sent under separate cover.
This is the British English definition of cover. View American English definition of cover.