英 [,ɪnkɒg'niːtəʊ; ɪn'kɒgnɪtəʊ]
- adj. 改名的；微行的；隐姓埋名的
- adv. 隐姓埋名地
- n. 匿名者；微行者
- incognito (adj./adv.)
- 1640s, from Italian incognito "unknown," especially in connection with traveling, from Latin incognitus "unknown," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + cognitus, past participle of cognoscere "to get to know" (see cognizance). Fem. form incognita was maintained through 19c. by those scrupulous about Latin. Incog was a common 18c. colloquial abbreviation.
- 1. Hotel inspectors have to travel incognito.
- 2. He preferred to remain incognito.
- 3. Movie stars often prefer to travel incognito.
- 4. The prince travelled incognito to avoid crowds and ceremonies.
- 5. I dismissed my old man here, and stayed incognito for three or four days.
- 我辞退了那位年老的乡下人, 隐姓埋名地呆了三、四天.
[ incognito 造句 ]