To hide someone's wrongdoing from someone else, by lying for them.
If I go to the party tonight, will you cover for me? Just tell mom that we're studying for the exam.


Temporarily, doing the work in place that someone else usually does, because they are not there.
Joanna, will you cover for me for one hour, I gotta go to the kid's school.
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