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  1. state secret

    • IPA[stāt ˈsēkrit]
    • n.
      a sensitive issue or piece of information that is kept secret by the government, usually to protect the public;a piece of information, usually of a trivial or personal nature, that is closely guarded and desired to be kept private
    • noun: state secret, plural noun: state secrets

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    名詞

    • 1. a sensitive issue or piece of information that is kept secret by the government, usually to protect the public protest was silenced and pollution was as much a state secret as the ammunition stocks
    • a piece of information, usually of a trivial or personal nature, that is closely guarded and desired to be kept private she thought her affair with the boss was a state secret, but we all giggled about it behind her back