Cover (DD)

ˈkʌvə/
verb

1.The price you pay to gain access to a club/bar/venue
"His style covers the whole spectrum. It's something for you to discover."
2.o help someone out by
1) filling in,
2) backup their excuse
3) going along with their lie,
cosign for them, corroborate their story
4) provide supporting firepower for them in a shootout {Hollywood}
"rumours in the underground graffiti world go that his name maybe comes from his ability to covering the trains, wholecars"
noun
1.a thing which lies on, over, or around something, especially in order to protect or conceal it.
"a seat cover"
synonyms: sleeve, wrapping, wrapper, covering, envelope, sheath, sheathing, housing, jacket, casing, cowling;
2. Person A: What are you doing this weekend?
Person B: Illing and chilling in covers and flip flops, reading fine literature.
Person A: All I can do is express my profound admiration.