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reveals|revealed|revealingrɪ'vɪːl verb +make visible +make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret +make clear and visible +disclose directly or through prophets
expose, display, divulge, disclose, show; make known, let on, let out, let it be known, let slip, communicate, give vent to, air, ventilate, leak (out):
The increasing light of dawn revealed a no-man's-land of utter devastation. The book is said to reveal everything you would prefer not to know about factory-farming.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1 ~ sth (to sb) to make sth known to sb: [VN] to reveal a secret + Details of the murder were revealed by the local paper. + The doctors did not reveal the truth to him. + Salted peanuts were recently revealed as the nation's favourite snack. + Her expression revealed nothing. +[V (that)] The report reveals (that) the company made a loss of £20 million last year. +[VN (that)] It was revealed that important evidence had been suppressed. +[V wh-] Officers could not reveal how he died. [also VN to inf] 2[VN] to show sth that previously could not be seen: He laughed, revealing a line of white teeth. + The door opened to reveal a cosy little room. + X-rays revealed a fracture. + She crouched in the dark, too frightened to reveal herself. See also-REVELATION, REVELATORY
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