discreetadjective

  • ja慎重な、用心深い
  • envery careful about what is said or done

Examples

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Mute
1.
All I wanted was for you to be discreet.
2.
She lives on our block!
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Mute
1.
How shall I make my return?
2.
You should begin with a discreet appearance in the Vatican Gardens.
3.
A visit to the sisters of the convent of Santa Teresa, perhaps.
4.
Someone is bound to see you.
5.
Rumors will start flying.
6.
I will steal a photo of you, blurry, from a distance, which I will then leak to the media.
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Mute
1.
Because if Jake moves back in, then we all go back to normal.
2.
And the kids will never have to even know he was gone.
3.
But he's been promiscuous and not discreet.
4.
I know he's been dating.
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Mute
1.
I get it.
2.
You wanna be discreet.
3.
I need you to leave me alone.
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Mute
1.
It's light.
2.
Handle's adjustable for easy carrying.
3.
Good for righties and lefties.
4.
Breaks down on 4 parts.
5.
Undetectable by X-ray.
6.
Ideal for quick, discreet interventions.
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Mute
1.
She was Isis, the most powerful goddess in Egypt.
2.
Isis was in hiding from her brother Set,
3.
who murdered her husband and wanted to murder her infant son, Horus.
4.
Set was also a powerful god, and he was looking for them.
5.
So to keep her cover, Isis had to be very discreet.
6.
She couldn’t risk using her powers.