I'm not using right CTRL .
Is it possible to bind key for terminal app to get in on top current workspace or hide? (show/hide window)

It doesn't necessarily have to be CTRL key. It's about assigning a specific application to the key.

Working on Ubuntu 18.04.

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By default, an hotkey is already defined in Ubuntu (at least my version, 18.10) to hide the current window: Super+h. So press that key combination while your terminal is in the foreground, and it will disappear as a hidden (minimized) window. THis will work for any window.

Probably the same hotkey is set by default in Ubuntu 18.04 as well, but if not, set (or change) the hotkey in Settings - Keyboard under the "Windows" section.

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