第三人称单数： reveals 现在分词： revealing 过去式： revealed 过去分词： revealed
记忆技巧：re 相反；反对；不 + veal〔= veil〕盖上 → 不盖上 → 揭露
1.She has refused to reveal the whereabouts of her daughter
2.A grey carpet was removed to reveal the original pine floor.
3.A survey of the British diet has revealed that a growing number of people are overweight
4.After the fire, it was revealed that North Carolina officials had never inspected the factory
5.No test will reveal how much of the drug was taken.
1.The rising curtain revealed a countryside scene.
1.Research has revealed that he is a monster of iniquity.
1.You made me reveal what you want to know.
S+reveal+ n./pron. +(to be/as) n./adj.
1.These letters revealed him as an honest man.
reveal to (v.+prep.)
向…透露 leak; disclose
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
reveal as an honest man 发现某人是个诚实的人
reveal before 在…面前暴露
reveal a secret to sb 对某人泄露秘密
make known 发表
make public 曝光
let slip 偶然泄露
bring to light 公开
1.A recent survey by a credit bureau revealed that the number of alarmed citizens had shot up to 76 percent.
2.The results reveal that while Swedes were the tallest people in the world in 1914, Dutch men have risen from 12th place to claim top spot with an average height of 182.5cm.
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3.In a study published in Nature Scientific Reports, we reveal just how deep this injustice runs.
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4.Longevity statistics reveal that the average person doesn't last very long after retirement.
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5.To my mother, the poem revealed a parent's affection when her child grows up and leaves.
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6.You accidentally reveal to entire company what menu choices you would prefer at the staff christmas dinner, or what holiday you'd like to take.
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7.Analyses reveal that the number of papers including the keywords "environmental change" or "climate change" have increased rapidly since 2004.
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8.So when young people are critical of an over-tweeting president, they reveal a mental discipline in thinking skills-and in their choices on when to share on social media.
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