- v. 蒸发；排出；泄露
pass through the tissue or substance or its pores or interstices, as of gas
exude water vapor;
come to light; become known;
"It transpired that she had worked as spy in East Germany"
come about, happen, or occur;
"Several important events transpired last week"
give off (water) through the skin
- This, it later transpired, was untrue.
- It transpired that the gang had had a contact inside the bank.
- You're meeting him tomorrow? Let me know what transpires.
It transpired..that Soyaan had been to Beydan's.出自： N. Farah
I wonderedsunworthily, as it later transpiredsif he would make a compensating adjustment to the bill.出自： F. King