Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

hide from view

hide from view
1) someone/something in a position not easily seen or found
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    • hide something from view
  • Analysis
    To 'hide something from view' means to keep it concealed or not visible. If you are hiding something from view in often means you want to keep it secret or don't want something to be seen by others for some reason. You might have a car accident because something you hit with your car was 'hidden from view' in your blind spot. 
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Jane didn't want anyone in the house to see her diary, so she kept it in the back of her drawer to hide it from view.
    2. The cottage was hidden from view by a line of tall trees.
    3. When the police car approached, the criminal hid from view behind a large rock.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. On the shop floor, everything needs to be displayed beautifully. Try to hide from view any damages, mess or deliveries.
    2. Our storefront is hidden from view so we compensated by having a huge online presence to draw customers in.
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