Synonyms of reveal in English:

reveal

verb

  • 1 for operational reasons the police can't reveal his whereabouts
    divulge, disclose, tell, let out, let slip, let drop, let fall, give away, give the game/show away, blurt (out), babble, give out, release, leak, betray, open up, unveil, bring out into the open; go public on/with, make known, make public, bring to public notice/attention, broadcast, air, publicize, publish, circulate, disseminate, pass on, report, declare, post, communicate, impart, unfold, vouchsafe; confess, admit, lay bare
    informal let on, spill, blab, let the cat out of the bag, dish the dirt, take/blow the lid off, blow wide open, come clean about
    British informal cough, blow the gaff
    archaic discover
    [Antonyms] hide conceal
  • 2 he let the garage door slide up to reveal a new car
    show, display, exhibit, disclose, uncover, expose to view, allow to be seen, put on display, put on show, put on view, bare
    literary uncloak, unclothe
    rare unclose
    [Antonyms] hide
  • 3 the data can be used to reveal a good deal about the composition of Anglo-Norman households
    bring to light, uncover, turn up, expose to view, lay bare, unearth, dig up, excavate, unveil, unmask, detect, betray, be evidence of, indicate, demonstrate, manifest, evince, make clear, make plain
    literary uncloak
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