Translation of undercover in Spanish:

undercover

secreto, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʌndəkʌvə//ʌndəˈkʌvə//ˌəndərˈkəvər/

adjective

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    (work/agent/operation) secreto
    • A heroin addict caught supplying drugs to police in an undercover investigation has been jailed for four years.
    • The charges arise out of a police undercover operation in the latter part of 1998.
    • How the undercover police officers managed to make their way inside was not revealed.
    • Two cases emphasise the need for the use of cautions in connection with police undercover operations.
    • In March 1999, police began an undercover surveillance operation on the prison officer.
    • At first he suspected I was an undercover police officer and they were being set up.
    • This is the haul of alcohol seized by police in an undercover operation targeting young drinkers.
    • An undercover police operation has snared eight dealers who provided a class A drugs on wheels delivery service.
    • Two drug dealers were jailed for a total of more than seven years after an undercover police operation led to their arrests.
    • Townend said he believed they were undercover police officers.
    • During the day, he was approached at different times by three undercover police officers and each time he sold four pills to each of them.
    • I did not go around believing that I was an undercover policeman or an Interpol agent.
    • In Ireland, the new arrivals were soon being tailed by police and undercover agents.
    • The three men were caught after an undercover surveillance operation.
    • During the trial, two undercover police officers gave evidence from behind a screen to protect their identities.
    • She pleaded guilty to offering to supply heroin to undercover police officers.
    • Metro police has 24 undercover officers who are constantly on the look out for illegal activity.
    • Woodall told the jury at the trial she believed Douglas was an undercover police officer from Greater Manchester.
    • His scam ran for three years, ending in September 2001, after a sting conducted by undercover police.
    • An undercover police officer had recorded conversations with both men.