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dis·sim·u·late

 (dĭ-sĭm′yə-lāt′)
v. dis·sim·u·lat·ed, dis·sim·u·lat·ing, dis·sim·u·lates
v.tr.
To conceal (one's intentions, for example) under a feigned appearance. See Synonyms at disguise.
v.intr.
To conceal one's true feelings or intentions.

[Middle English dissimulaten, from Latin dissimulāre, dissimulāt- : dis-, dis- + simulāre, to simulate; see simulate.]

dis·sim′u·la′tion n.
dis·sim′u·la′tive adj.
dis·sim′u·la′tor n.

dissimulate

(dɪˈsɪmjʊˌleɪt)
vb
to conceal (one's real feelings) by pretence
disˌsimuˈlation n
disˈsimulative adj
disˈsimuˌlator n

dis•sim•u•late

(dɪˈsɪm yəˌleɪt)

v. -lat•ed, -lat•ing. v.t.
1. to disguise or conceal under a false appearance.
v.i.
2. to conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some pretense.
[1525–35; < Latin dissimulātus, past participle of dissimulāre to feign. See dis-1, simulate]
dis•sim`u•la′tion, n.
dis•sim′u•la`tive, adj.
dis•sim′u•la`tor, n.

dissimulate


Past participle: dissimulated
Gerund: dissimulating

Imperative
dissimulate
dissimulate
Present
I dissimulate
you dissimulate
he/she/it dissimulates
we dissimulate
you dissimulate
they dissimulate
Preterite
I dissimulated
you dissimulated
he/she/it dissimulated
we dissimulated
you dissimulated
they dissimulated
Present Continuous
I am dissimulating
you are dissimulating
he/she/it is dissimulating
we are dissimulating
you are dissimulating
they are dissimulating
Present Perfect
I have dissimulated
you have dissimulated
he/she/it has dissimulated
we have dissimulated
you have dissimulated
they have dissimulated
Past Continuous
I was dissimulating
you were dissimulating
he/she/it was dissimulating
we were dissimulating
you were dissimulating
they were dissimulating
Past Perfect
I had dissimulated
you had dissimulated
he/she/it had dissimulated
we had dissimulated
you had dissimulated
they had dissimulated
Future
I will dissimulate
you will dissimulate
he/she/it will dissimulate
we will dissimulate
you will dissimulate
they will dissimulate
Future Perfect
I will have dissimulated
you will have dissimulated
he/she/it will have dissimulated
we will have dissimulated
you will have dissimulated
they will have dissimulated
Future Continuous
I will be dissimulating
you will be dissimulating
he/she/it will be dissimulating
we will be dissimulating
you will be dissimulating
they will be dissimulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dissimulating
you have been dissimulating
he/she/it has been dissimulating
we have been dissimulating
you have been dissimulating
they have been dissimulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dissimulating
you will have been dissimulating
he/she/it will have been dissimulating
we will have been dissimulating
you will have been dissimulating
they will have been dissimulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dissimulating
you had been dissimulating
he/she/it had been dissimulating
we had been dissimulating
you had been dissimulating
they had been dissimulating
Conditional
I would dissimulate
you would dissimulate
he/she/it would dissimulate
we would dissimulate
you would dissimulate
they would dissimulate
Past Conditional
I would have dissimulated
you would have dissimulated
he/she/it would have dissimulated
we would have dissimulated
you would have dissimulated
they would have dissimulated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dissimulate - hide (feelings) from other people
disguise, mask - make unrecognizable; "The herb masks the garlic taste"; "We disguised our faces before robbing the bank"

dissimulate

verb
To change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of:
Translations

dissimulate

[dɪˈsɪmjʊleɪt] VTdisimular

dissimulate

[dɪˈsɪmjʊleɪt]
vi (formal) (= dissemble) → dissimuler
vt (= hide) → dissimuler

dissimulate

vtverbergen
visich verstellen

dissimulate

[dɪˈsɪmjʊˌleɪt] vi (frm) → dissimulare
References in classic literature ?
We have not the strength with which to fight this man; we must dissimulate, and win, if win we can, by craft.
"Certainly, women alone know how to dissimulate," said Monte Cristo to himself, glancing at Madame Danglars, who was smiling on the procureur, and embracing his wife.
The chevalier, whether he had some treacherous object in view, or from imprudence, did not take the trouble to dissimulate. "Count," he said, "you're a man of excellent taste."
"The revolt is at the door of those who think my people can rebel," cried Anne, unable to dissimulate before the coadjutor, whom she looked upon, and probably with reason, as the promoter of the tumult.
de Bellegarde's eyes had a pale eagerness which it was useless for him to try to dissimulate; he took the paper in his light-gloved fingers and opened it.
He rubbed his hands, he laughed with that inward mirth which makes the countenance beam; he was unable to dissimulate his joy, although he endeavored at moments to compose himself.
(Abbott and Bogenschneider, 2018) Robotic taxation dissimulates the intrinsic friction between innovation tax and employment tax schemes.
As an ironist, Antony crafts for himself a fluid and malleable ethos, not at all rigid like that of Brutus, as he dissimulates at the end of his extraordinary rhetorical performance:
Metaphysics dissimulates as uncontaminated adventure.
In Derrida's words, Sein und Zeit announces the end of "the limited history of one epoch of being," but it still belongs to this history because it "still concerns the historicity of one form of beings, beings qua Dasein." Accordingly, Sein und Zeit only dissimulates being, in the sense that "being" is a metaphorical substitute which reveals and conceals the being-under-erasure that resists capture by the history of ontology.
On the other hand, while more or less overtly pointing to the attainment of the perfect work of art, the elaborate scheme leading to the treasure subtly dissimulates the functioning principle of the symbolic mode.