简明英汉词典

reveal
[ri5vi:l]
vt.
展现, 显示, 揭示, 暴露

美国传统词典[双解]

reveal
re.veal 1
AHD:[r1-v?l“]
D.J.[ri6vi8l]
K.K.[r!6vil]
v.tr.(及物动词)
re.vealedre.veal.ingre.veals

(1)

To make known (something concealed or secret):
揭露,泄露:使(某些隐藏的事或秘密)为人所知:
revealed a confidence.
泄露机密

(2)

To bring to view; show.
使显露;显示

(3)

To make known by supernatural or divine means:
启示,默示:通过超自然或神学的方式使为人知:
“For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven”(Romans 1:18)
“上帝的愤怒是从天国显露的”(罗马书1:18)

语源

(1)

Middle English revelen
中古英语 revelen

(2)

from Old French reveler
源自 古法语 reveler

(3)

from Latin rev?3re}
源自 拉丁语 rev?3re}

(4)

re- [re-]
re- [表示“再,又”的前缀]

(5)

v?3re} [to cover] from v?m [veil]
v?3re} [覆盖] 源自 v?m [面纱]

继承用法

revealable
adj.(形容词)

revealer
n.(名词)

revealment
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

revealexposedisclosedivulgebetray

(2)

These verbs signify to make known what has been or ought to be kept from the knowledge of others.
这些动词都是指使已知或应是鲜为人知的东西为人所知。

(3)

Reveal suggests uncovering what has been concealed:
Reveal 揭露被隐藏的事物:
“He was glad it was to him she had revealed her secret” (Edith Wharton). To expose is to lay bare to public scrutiny:
“他很高兴她把自己的秘密告诉了他” (伊得斯·渥顿)。Expose 是揭露出来供公众细察:
In a slip of the tongue the schemer exposed his true motivation.
阴谋者一时口误暴露了自己的动机。

(4)

Disclose means to make known as if by removing a cover:
Disclose 指象通过移去封面那样使其为人所知:
The journalist refused to disclose the source of her information.
这名记者拒绝透露她的消息来源。

(5)

Divulge often implies the improper revelation of something private or secret:
Divulge 常意指对隐私和秘密的不适宜泄露:
“And whatsoever I shall see or hear in the course of my profession . . . if it be what should not be published abroad, I will never divulge, holding such things to be holy secrets” (Hippocratic Oath). To betray is to make known in a breach of trust or confidence:
“对于我在职业生涯中所看到或是听到的,…如果它们是不应在国外公布的,我将决不泄露它们,而将这些事情视为神圣的秘密” (希伯克拉底宣誓)。Betray 是指通过出卖和背叛而使为人知:
“A servant . . . betrayed their presence . . . to the Germans” (William Styron). The term can also mean to reveal against one's desire or will:
“仆人…向德国人泄露了他们在场的秘密” (威廉·斯蒂伦)。这个词也指违背某人的愿望或意愿的泄露:
Her comment betrayed annoyance.
她的评论透露出恼怒

基本词义

reveal
re.veal 2
AHD:[r1-v?l“]
D.J.[ri6vi8l]
K.K.[r!6vil]
n.(名词)

(1)

The part of the side of a window or door opening that is between the outer surface of a wall and the window or door frame.
(门,窗)框边:墙外表面和窗扇或门之间的部分

(2)

The whole side of such an opening; the jamb.
窗侧,门侧:开口部分的整面;窗侧

(3)

The framework of a motor vehicle window.
(汽车的)窗框:汽车窗户的框架

语源

(1)

From Middle English revalen [to lower]
源自 中古英语 revalen [降低]

(2)

from Old French revaler
源自 古法语 revaler

(3)

re- [re-]
re- [表示“离开”]

(4)

avaler [to lower] from a val [down] a [to] from Latin ad * see ad- val [valley] * see vale 1
avaler [降低] 源自 a val [向下] a [向] 源自 拉丁语 ad *参见 ad- val [山谷] *参见 vale1

现代英汉词典

reveal
[rI5vi:l]
vt.

(1)

显露
a dress that reveals all
全露的衣服

(2)

泄露;透露
to reveal a secret
泄露秘密

现代英汉综合大辞典

reveal
[ri5vi:l]
vt.

(1)

泄露; 显露; 揭露[发]

(2)

显示出; 展现出

(3)

解释

(4)

【宗】(神)启示
reveal a mystery [secret]
揭露一个秘密
reveal one's identity
揭示身分
revealed religion
【宗】天启教(指直接由上帝启示于人类的宗教)
Research has revealed him to be [that he was] a hermit.
调查结果表明他原是一位隐士。

词性变化

reveal
[ri5vi:l]
n.

(1)

显露, 启示

(2)

【建】窗侧壁; 门侧

(3)

(汽车上的)窗框

继承用法

revealabliity
n.

revealable
adj.

revealableness
n.

revealative
adj.

revealedly
adv.

revealer
n.
展示者, 揭露者

revealingly
adv.

revealingness
n.

revealment
[rI`vi:lmEnt]
n.

习惯用语

reveal itself
出现, 呈现; 被...知道

reveal oneself
讲出姓名, 表明身分

特殊用法

round edge external reveal
外圆边角侧砖[釉面砖]

round edge reveal
角侧方砖[釉面砖]

用法词典

reveal
中古英语revelen < 古法语 reveler < 拉丁语revelare拉开面纱 < re-后 + velum面纱

英文相关词典

reveal
bare    demonstrate    disclose    display    divulge    exhibit    expose    manifest    open    present    show    conceal    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

reveal
显露

[七国语言]英汉建筑大词典

reveal
窗沿

美国传统词典

reveal
re.veal 1
AHD:[r1-v?l“]
D.J.[ri6vi8l]
K.K.[r!6vil]
v.tr.
re.vealed, re.veal.ing, re.veals

(1)

To make known (something concealed or secret):
revealed a confidence.

(2)

To bring to view; show.

(3)

To make known by supernatural or divine means:
“For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven”(Romans 1:18)

语源

(1)

Middle English revelen

(2)

from Old French reveler

(3)

from Latin rev?3re}

(4)

re- [re-]

(5)

v?3re} [to cover] from v?m [veil]

继承用法

revealable
adj.

revealer
n.

revealment
n.

参考词汇

(1)

reveal, expose, disclose, divulge, betray

(2)

These verbs signify to make known what has been or ought to be kept from the knowledge of others.

(3)

Reveal suggests uncovering what has been concealed:
“He was glad it was to him she had revealed her secret” (Edith Wharton). To expose is to lay bare to public scrutiny:
In a slip of the tongue the schemer exposed his true motivation.

(4)

Disclose means to make known as if by removing a cover:
The journalist refused to disclose the source of her information.

(5)

Divulge often implies the improper revelation of something private or secret:
“And whatsoever I shall see or hear in the course of my profession . . . if it be what should not be published abroad, I will never divulge, holding such things to be holy secrets” (Hippocratic Oath). To betray is to make known in a breach of trust or confidence:
“A servant . . . betrayed their presence . . . to the Germans” (William Styron). The term can also mean to reveal against one's desire or will:
Her comment betrayed annoyance.

基本词义

reveal
re.veal 2
AHD:[r1-v?l“]
D.J.[ri6vi8l]
K.K.[r!6vil]
n.

(1)

The part of the side of a window or door opening that is between the outer surface of a wall and the window or door frame.

(2)

The whole side of such an opening; the jamb.

(3)

The framework of a motor vehicle window.

语源

(1)

From Middle English revalen [to lower]

(2)

from Old French revaler

(3)

re- [re-]

(4)

avaler [to lower] from a val [down] a [to] from Latin ad * see ad- val [valley] * see vale 1

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

reveal
展现,揭示

英汉法学大词典

reveal
v.披露 ,泄露

英汉化学大词典

reveal
vt.揭示,展现,显示,揭露;n.外露,半槽边

英汉计算机大词典

reveal
vt.揭示(展现,显示;n.外露(半槽边)

英汉建筑大词典

reveal
n.揭露,揭示,展现

英汉消防大词典

reveal
(窗框, 门框的)半槽边, (外墙与门或窗之间的)窗侧, 门侧

英汉医学大词典

reveal
n.暴露,露出

英汉中医大词典

reveal
n.暴露,露出,揭示

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