reveal

  • 21reveal — verb Reveal is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑analysis, ↑article, ↑autopsy, ↑census, ↑detail, ↑dig, ↑document, ↑enquiry, ↑evidence, ↑exam, ↑examination, ↑ …

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  • 22reveal — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. disclose, show, divulge, announce, display, exhibit, expose, bare. See disclosure, visibility. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To make known] Syn. disclose, divulge, tell, betray, betray a confidence,… …

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  • 23reveal — /rI vi:l/ verb (T) 1 to show something that was previously hidden: The curtains opened to reveal a darkened stage. 2 to make known something that was previously secret or unknown: The newspaper story revealed a cover up of huge proportions. |… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 24reveal*/*/*/ — [rɪˈviːl] verb [T] 1) to let something become known that was previously not known Cockpit recordings may reveal the cause of the crash.[/ex] Neither side revealed what was discussed in the meeting.[/ex] Plans for re routing traffic have been… …

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  • 25reveal — /rəˈvil / (say ruh veel) verb (t) 1. to make known; disclose; divulge: to reveal a secret. 2. to lay open to view; display; exhibit. –noun 3. a revealing; revelation; disclosure. 4. Architecture a. that part of a jamb, or vertical face of an… …

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  • 26reveal — [14] To reveal something is etymologically to ‘unveil’ it. The word comes via Old French reveler from Latin revēlāre ‘unveil, disclose’, a compound verb formed from the prefix re ‘back’ (in the sense ‘reverting to a former condition’) and vēlum… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 27reveal — verb 1) the police can t reveal his whereabouts Syn: disclose, make known, make public, broadcast, publicize, circulate, divulge, tell, let slip/drop, give away/out, blurt out, release, leak; informal let on 2) he revealed his new car …

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  • 28reveal — I re•veal [[t]rɪˈvil[/t]] v. t. 1) to make known; divulge: to reveal a secret[/ex] 2) to lay open to view; display 3) an act or instance of revealing • Etymology: 1325–75; ME revelen < MF reveler < L revēlāre to unveil re•veal′er, n. II… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 29reveal — [14] To reveal something is etymologically to ‘unveil’ it. The word comes via Old French reveler from Latin revēlāre ‘unveil, disclose’, a compound verb formed from the prefix re ‘back’ (in the sense ‘reverting to a former condition’) and vēlum… …

    Word origins

  • 30reveal — Synonyms and related words: affect, air, argue, bare, be indicative of, be significant of, be symptomatic of, bespeak, betoken, betray, brandish, break it to, break the news, break the seal, breathe, bring forth, bring forward, bring into view,… …

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  • 31reveal — v. 1) (B) she revealed the secret to us 2) (L; to) he revealed (to us) that he had been ill for years 3) (M) the document revealed her to be a conscientious employee * * * [rɪ viːl] (B) she revealed the secret to us (L; to) he revealed (to us)… …

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  • 32reveal — re·veal || rɪ vɪːl v. show, exhibit, display; expose, disclose, make public …

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  • 33reveal — leaver …

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  • 34reveal v — ham up phr v …

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  • 35reveal — gesweotolian …

    English to the Old English

  • 36reveal — reveal1 verb 1》 disclose (previously unknown or secret information).     ↘make known to humans by divine or supernatural means. 2》 cause or allow to be seen. Derivatives revealable adjective revealer noun Origin ME: from OFr. reveler or L.… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 37reveal — v. a. 1. Disclose, discover, unveil, uncover, publish, divulge, tell, declare, impart, communicate, display, make known, lay open, show, betray. 2. Disclose, discover, make known …

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  • 38reveal — v 1. make known, disclose, divulge, bring out, bring out into the open, bring to light; tell, impart, inform, Inf. tip off, relate, utter, declare, state, Archaic. discover, break the news; release, report, publish, Archaic. divulgate, print;… …

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  • 39reveal — re·veal …

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  • 40reveal —   n.    the distance measured from the trim surface of the jamb to the leading face of the door on the stop side when closed …

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