English - Vietnamese Dictionary
unveil / n'veil/Concise Dictionary
- động từ
- bỏ màn; khánh thành (một bức tượng)
- để lộ, tiết lộ
- to unveil a secret: tiết lộ một điều bí mật
+remove the veil from
+remove the cover from
Advanced English Dictionary
reveal, expose, uncover, lay bare or open, bare, bring to light:
They will unveil a rival bid at tomorrow's meeting. Only after William died did Cynthia unveil the truth about his double life.
+ verb [VN]Collocation Dictionary
1 to remove a cover or curtain from a painting, statue, etc. so that it can be seen in public for the first time: The Queen unveiled a plaque to mark the official opening of the hospital.
2 to show or introduce a new plan, product, etc. to the public for the first time: They will be unveiling their new models at the Motor Show.
The government has officially unveiled its plans for tax reform.
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