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confidential [ kɔnfi'denʃəl] a.秘密的;亲信的

confidential [kɔnfi'denʃəl] 机密

“投诉热线” dial-a-cheat confidential hotline(打电话告诉一件欺诈事件)

Confidential Assistant
机密档案室助理

Confidential Assistant (CAC)
机密档案室助理(廉政公署)

confidential circular
机密通告

confidential file
机密档案

Confidential Memorandum of Understanding
机密协议备忘录;秘密谅解备忘录

confidential personal record
机密人事档案

confidential registry
机密档案室

confidential report
机密报告;机密评核报告

confidential diplomatic exchange 机密外交往还

confidential paper 机密文件

confidential session 机密会议

Such data is confidential.
这样的资料为机密资料。

Such data is confidential.
这样的资料为机密资料。

put someone on the spot 让某人为难
Don't put me on the spot like this. You know I can't give you
confidential information.
别这样让我为难,你知道我不能给你机密资料的。

密 [mì] /secret/confidential/close/thick/dense/

{adj: blabbermouthed, leaky, talebearing, tattling} prone to communicate confidential information

{adj: confidential, secret} (of information) given in confidence or in secret
"this arrangement must be kept confidential"
"their secret communications"

{adj: confidential} denoting confidence or intimacy
"a confidential approach"
"in confidential tone of voice"

{adj: confidential} entrusted with private information and the confidence of another
"a confidential secretary"

{adj: confidential} the level of official classification for documents next above restricted and below secret; available only to persons authorized to see documents so classified

{adv: confidentially} in a confidential manner
"spoke to him intimately and confidentially"

{adv: unobtrusively} in an unobtrusive manner
"messengers were moving unobtrusively over the jet-black mountain ranges, bearing confidential tidings from sheikhdom to sheikhdom"
<-> obtrusively

{n: attorney-client privilege} the right of a lawyer to refuse to divulge confidential information from his client

{n: conclave} a confidential or secret meeting

{n: confidential adviser-advisee relation} the responsibility of a confidential adviser to act in the best interest of the advisee

{n: details, inside information} true confidential information
"after the trial he gave us the real details"

{n: informer, betrayer, rat, squealer, blabber} one who reveals confidential information in return for money

{n: insider trading} buying or selling corporate stock by a corporate officer or other insider on the basis of information that has not been made public and is supposed to remain confidential

{n: journalist's privilege} the right of a journalist to refuse to divulge sources of confidential information

{n: leak, news leak} unauthorized (especially deliberate) disclosure of confidential information

{n: marital communications privilege, husband-wife privilege} neither spouse can divulge confidential communications from the other while they were married

{n: mission, charge, commission} a special assignment that is given to a person or group
"a confidential mission to London"
"his charge was deliver a message"

{n: newsletter, newssheet} report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group

{n: physician-patient privilege} the right of a physician to refuse to divulge confidential information from a patient without the consent of the patient

{n: priest-penitent privilege} the right of a clergyman to refuse to divulge confidential information received from a person during confession or similar exchanges

{n: privilege} (law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship

{n: skinny} confidential information about a topic or person
"he wanted the inside skinny on the new partner"

{n: tip, lead, steer, confidential information, wind, hint} an indication of potential opportunity
"he got a tip on the stock market"
"a good lead for a job"

{v: keep quiet, shut one's mouth, keep one's mouth shut} refrain from divulging sensitive information ; keep quiet about confidential information
"Don't tell him any secrets--he cannot keep his mouth shut!"
<-> talk

{v: spill the beans, let the cat out of the bag, talk, tattle, blab, peach, babble, sing, babble out, blab out} divulge confidential information or secrets ; "Be careful--his secretary talks"
<-> keep quiet

Meanwhile, the Pentagon declined to comment for publication on a New York Times report detailing widespread abuses of prisoners in U.S. custody in Afghanistan. The Times says it obtained a confidential file from a U.S. Army investigation. It reports that young, poorly trained soldiers chained a prisoner's hands to the ceiling of his cell for most of four days, stood on a prisoner's neck and kicked at least one in the genitals, among other abusive practices. The report appears to provide details of incidents that were already known, and which resulted in the deaths of two detainees and criminal charges against seven soldiers.
同时,五角大楼拒绝评论纽约《时代》杂志关于在阿富汗的美军监狱虐待囚犯的报导。《时代》杂志说它有一份来自美国军方的秘密调查报告,报告指缺乏训练的年轻士兵将一名囚犯用链子捆住双手吊在牢房的天花板上长达四天。有的士兵站在囚犯的脖子上,还至少剔过一名囚犯的生殖器。还有其他的虐待行为。报告还提供了一些人们已经知道的事件的细节。那次事件造成两名囚犯死亡,七名士兵受到犯罪指控。

extremely confidential 高度机密的


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