To put a stop to a thing actually existing; a motion to suppress evidence or a confession which does not deny the existence of the evidence or confession but asks the court not to allow the use of such evidence in the case.
To prevent something from being seen, heard, or said. To suppress evidence is to keep evidence being offered by a party from being used in a trial. Typically, a court will suppress evidence if it is irrelevant or was obtained illegally.
to squash, to sit on, to make smaller, to refuse to let reach, to make uncertain about his reaching, to render or lessen in any way possible by any means possible, to the harm of the individual and for the fancied protection of a suppressor.
Suppress is a property specifying whether or not an element is displayed in the report or not. Often you will want to specify a property formula for this property, which will then enable you to suppress only certain records or record fields, not all.