- vt. 显示；透露；揭示；展现
- n. (外墙与门或窗之间的)窗侧；门侧；(汽车的)窗框
- （外墙与门或窗之间的） 门侧，窗侧
- vt. 显示; 露出 allow or cause to be seen; display
- vt. 泄露; 透露 make known
"Summer brings out bright clothes"
"He brings out the best in her"
make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret;
"The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold"
"The actress won't reveal how old she is"
"bring out the truth"
"he broke the news to her"
"unwrap the evidence in the murder case"
disclose directly or through prophets;
"God rarely reveal his plans for Mankind"
- Several withered trees on the sides of the road reveal the desolation here.
- His deed revealed him to be a kind man.
- The journalist did not want to reveal the identity of his informant.
- He would not reveal what decisions had been reached.
- The facts quoted would reveal a sorry state of affairs in any community.
- The door opened to reveal a cosy little room.
- The rising curtain revealed a countryside scene.
- Her laugh revealed her even teeth.
- The painting reveals the painter.
- These few words fully revealed her noble quality.
- Their great weakness revealed itself during the discussion.
- He never revealed his identity.
- Further investigation revealed the true facts.
- They were not ready to reveal any details of the arrest.
- They told me not to reveal the secret.
- One day the truth about these events will be revealed.
- Research has revealed that he is a monster of iniquity.
- Research has revealed that he was a father of twelve children.
- She suddenly revealed that she was not married.
- You made me reveal what you want to know.
- The official wouldn't reveal what decisions had been reached.
- He had revealed who did the bad thing.
- These letters revealed him as an honest man.
- Research has revealed the man (to be) a spy.
- They revealed the man guilty.
- The document revealed her to be a conscientious employee.
- The answer was revealed right.
- reveal to (v.+prep.)
向…透露 leak; disclose
reveal to sb that-clause
They revealed to me that the experiment had failed.
他们向我透露,试验失败了。reveal sth to sb
She would not reveal her secret to anyone else except her mother.
The minister revealed the secret to me.
- reveal ambitions 暴露野心
- reveal oneself 表明身份,讲出姓名
- reveal quality 显示品格
- reveal secret 泄露秘密
- reveal true face 暴露真面目
- reveal clearly 清楚地揭示
- reveal daringly 勇敢地暴露出
- reveal fluently 流畅地展现
- reveal fully 充分显示
- reveal painfully 痛苦地展现
- reveal spaciously 宽广地暴露
- reveal suddenly 突然透露
- reveal vividly 清晰地暴露出
The birth of Jesus reveals to us..the meaning of being human.出自： R. Strange
- reveal的基本意思是“展现,显露”。指有意地披露或公开如面纱或幕布般的事物(尤指迄今为止仍处于保密状态的事物),也可指不经意地泄露某消息或秘密; 还可指提供可揭示真情的迹象或证据或超自然地揭示真理。
- reveal用作及物动词时,后可接名词或that/wh-从句作宾语。还可接以动词不定式或“(to be/as)+ n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。可用于被动结构。
- reveal, betray, disclose, discover, divulge, expose
- reveal指揭示迄今为止仍在保密状态的东西或启示超乎常人领悟能力的真理; discover指把原来已经存在,但未被发现、看见或理解的事物加以揭露; disclose侧重把事先未宣布或一直保密的事情公之于世; divulge侧重在公开场合不正当或背信弃义的泄露秘密或暴露隐私; betray指背约或辜负别人信任的告密,也指不自觉地泄密; expose揭露的对象一般是丑恶的、见不得人的,也可指把人或物暴露于不利地位。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的reveler；最初源自古拉丁语的revelare，意为展现，展示。
- divulge 泄露
- disclose 揭露
- expose 揭露
- show 证明
- bare 赤裸的
- tell 告诉
- uncover 揭开
- make known 发表
- make public 曝光
- let slip 偶然泄露(秘密等)...
- bring to light 公开
- display 显示
- exhibit 展览
- open 开着的
- demonstrate 证明
- manifest 显示
- present 礼物
- betray 背叛
- bring out 使明显
- unwrap 打开
- give away 赠送
- unveil 揭开
- break 打碎
- let on 承认
- discover 发现
- let out 放出
- conceal 隐藏