reveal to (someone or something)

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reveal to (someone or something)

1. To disclose, divulge, or make known something to someone or some group. A noun or pronoun is used between "reveal" and "to." I revealed my new strategy to the board of directors, but they weren't nearly as receptive to it as I'd hoped. A magician should never reveal her secrets to anyone.
2. To show or display some concealed person or thing to someone or some group; to expose someone or something to the view of another person or group. A noun or pronoun is used between "reveal" and "to." The film never reveals the killer to the you, instead allowing you to draw your own conclusions. He pulled back the curtain and revealed the new product to the excited audience. The masked vigilante promised to reveal himself to the public once the city's crime rate was under control.
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reveal someone or something to someone

to show or disclose someone or something to someone. The magician opened the door of the cabinet and revealed his assistant to the audience. I revealed my secret to no one. She stepped out from behind the tree and revealed herself to the hostess.
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How desperate she must be not to reveal herself to get the help and support she must urgently need - a medical and emotional need because she has given birth, because she is grieving but also because she must be so scared of any consequences.
The insider says that Drake is "old-school." He would rather prefer his woman to reveal herself to him and only him, as per the report.
"The agreement she had with Michael was that she would never reveal herself to be Blanket's mum," the source added.
It is an honor that Orman has been willing to reveal herself to the public and act as a proactive representative for our community helping to eliminate discrimination for same-sex partners.
Examples of Keckley's unwillingness to reveal herself to the public's vi ew can be found throughout her narrative, and a few suffice to demonstrate what we can identify as her strategic reticence.
It is said she continues to reveal herself to her partner in the sexual roleplay act, despite a student reading nearby.