close-lipped


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close-lipped

(ˌkləʊsˈlɪpt) or

close-mouthed

adj
not talking or revealing much
Translations

close-lipped

[ˌkləʊsˈlɪpt] close-mouthed [ˌkləʊsˈmaʊðd] adjriservato/a
the government is remaining very close-lipped about the matter → il governo non sta lasciando trapelare nulla sulla faccenda
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According to the publication, the former 'Suits actor was taken to a hospital in London on Sunday night and it was apparently so close-lipped that even some of the senior royals were unaware of the plans.
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos should plan to get back to his close-lipped way of doing business.