Definition of 'reveal'
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Back inside her room, she prised the case apart to reveal a small key on a chain. CHAMELEON (2002)Or perhaps he was hesitant to reveal any limits to their Harshini power. TREASON KEEP (2002)It took an incident of extreme force to reveal how far down the road she had gone. COMPULSION (2002)
Its seat was tilted up on hinges to reveal a narrow passage down into the bowels of the ship. BLACKWATER SOUND (2002)
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Translations for 'reveal'
British English: reveal /rɪˈviːl/ VERB
To reveal something means to make people aware of it.
Only future research can reveal the answer to this mystery.
- American English: reveal
- Arabic: يَكْشِفُ عن
- Brazilian Portuguese: revelar
- Chinese: 展现
- Croatian: otkriti
- Czech: prozradit
- Danish: afsløre
- Dutch: onthullen
- European Spanish: revelar
- Finnish: paljastaa
- French: révéler
- German: enthüllen
- Greek: φανερώνω
- Italian: rivelare
- Japanese: 明らかにする
- Korean: 드러내다
- Norwegian: avsløre
- Polish: ujawnić
- European Portuguese: revelar
- Romanian: a divulga
- Russian: открывать
- Spanish: revelar
- Swedish: avslöja
- Thai: เปิดเผย
- Turkish: açıklamak ifşa
- Ukrainian: розкривати
- Vietnamese: tiết lộ
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