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|present participle||covering up|
|past tense||covered up|
|past participle||covered up|
It was a real scandal, but the school tried to cover the whole thing up.
He got his powerful friends to cover up for him.
This is the British English definition of cover up. View American English definition of cover up.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want