1. The method or result of concealing personnel or equipment from an enemy by making them appear to be part of the natural surroundings.

2. A method of cryptic or concealing coloration that allows an otherwise visible organism or object to remain indiscernible from the surrounding environment through deception.
3. To change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of.
Animals and humans use camouflage to protect themselves from attack or get closer to prey.
作者 Rocco12 2009年8月17日
Often a type of color-scheme designed to make the wearer blend in with the scenery, to almost appear invisible to others.

Camouflage was actually developed by the French in 1915. They had a unit called the "Camouflage Division". Now the whole world uses camouflage for their BDU's.

Camouflage is a popular color when referring to military-related clothes. Camoflauge even comes in a wide variety of colors, all designed to meld with scenery; different camo-patterns are designed for different backgrounds and scenes.
"This is the proper way to spell it, not 'camoflauge'. Don't worry; I JUST found this out too. -^_^- "
-me
作者 Dave 2004年5月19日
Camouflage cam-ou-flage |ˈkaməˌflä zh; -ˌfläj|
noun
Often, of a chocolate chip like pattern, it is designed to provide cover in a desert environment. It should work best against a sandy or rocky background.
But when they looked upon the desert environment, no soldiers could be found -- only the appearance of a giant cookie. It was camouflage that had hidden them.
作者 Pikachuuuuuuuu 2009年7月23日
A gay man/women that is married with wife and children.

A person that is married to or dating the opposite sex to mask the fact that they're gay.
Stephen's camouflage allowed him to go unnoticed at the country club.
作者 Scott Campbell 2006年3月24日

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