Definition of unveil in English:

unveil

Line breaks: un¦veil
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈveɪl
 
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verb

[with object]
1Remove a veil or covering from, in particular uncover (a new monument or work of art) as part of a public ceremony: the Princess unveiled a plaque (as noun unveiling) the unveiling of the memorial
More example sentences
  • While I was there, a street party was held to unveil a work of public art.
  • The veterans will lay a wreath at 2pm in memory of their fallen comrades and unveil a new memorial plaque.
  • In April next year, he unveils this new work in a major exhibition at the McLaurin Gallery in Ayr.
1.1Show or announce publicly for the first time: the Home Secretary has unveiled plans to crack down on crime
More example sentences
  • The plans were unveiled at a presentation before community representatives and interested groups.
  • A raft of new taxes could be brought in under plans unveiled by council chiefs.
  • Dixons has unveiled ambitious plans to expand its electrical retail operation on the Continent.
Synonyms
reveal, present, disclose, divulge, make known, make public, air, communicate, publish, broadcast;
display, show, exhibit, demonstrate, put on show, put on display, put on view, expose to view, parade, flaunt;
release, bring out, launch, introduce

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