Top Definition
keep something secret, to hold something close so no one else can see it

Though it was just a friendly game of Go-Fish, Henry kept his cards close to the vest, not letting anyone else see which cards he held.

He played the murder close to the vest so he could work out all the details before the police found out.
作者 social catalyst 2006年2月01日

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