- [U]显露，泄露，透露，揭露 making known sth that was secret or hidden;revealing
- [C]被揭露的事，暴露出来的事 that which is revealed,especially sth surprising
the speech act of making something evident
an enlightening or astonishing disclosure
communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency
the last book of the New Testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to Saint John the Apostle
- The revelation of his past lead to his resignation.
- Have you read the ex-minister's amazing revelations in the newspaper?
- The revelation of the plot of the traitors caused their capture.
- Her true nature was a revelation to me.
- This ethical framework relies on God's revelation.
- The revelation of his scandalous past led to his resignation.
- The shocking revelations caused quite a storm.
- In an exclusive interview with David Frost,the former president made many revelations.
- A series of revelations has embarrassed the government.
- self-revelation 无意的表露自己的情感...
A sudden revelation of 'the loneliness of the human soul'.出自： A. J. Ayer
No revelations had been made, but he was uneasily aware that something was afoot.出自： M. Seymour
I didn't know..astronomy could be so delightful. Quite a revelation.出自： P. Ackroyd
- revelational adj. 展现的，揭露的，启示的