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To make known (something concealed or unknown):
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  1. To make known (something concealed or unknown):
  2. To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
  3. To cause to be seen; show:
(Archaic) To proclaim publicly.
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  1. (Archaic) To proclaim publicly.
  2. To make known (something private or secret).
To take off a veil or covering; reveal oneself
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  1. To take off a veil or covering; reveal oneself
  2. To reveal oneself.
  3. (Intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
To remove the cover from:
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  1. To remove the cover from:
  2. To bare the head in respect or reverence.
  3. To lay bare or open by removing a covering
To bring into view; uncover
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  1. To bring into view; uncover
  2. To reveal; make known; esp., to expose (something secret or not generally known)
  3. To reveal (dental plaque) as by applying a special coloring agent to the teeth
To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
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  1. To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
  2. To be or become seen or visible; appear
  3. To give a performance or present an exhibition:
To attach to (a pathologic antigen, such as a virus or bacterium) in order to allow the antigen to be recognized and destroyed by T cells. Used of certain immune cells, such as macrophages.
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  1. To attach to (a pathologic antigen, such as a virus or bacterium) in order to allow the antigen to be recognized and destroyed by T cells. Used of certain immune cells, such as macrophages.
  2. To hold, carry, or point (a weapon) in a particular manner as a salutation or sign of honor, usually along the center axis of the body.
  3. To offer for observation, examination, or consideration; show or display:
To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
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  1. To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
  2. To show (oneself) to be what is specified or to have a certain characteristic:
  3. To show (oneself) to be capable, dependable, etc.
To expose to the air in order to dry, cool, or freshen; ventilate.
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  1. To expose to the air in order to dry, cool, or freshen; ventilate.
  2. To become aired, dried, cooled, etc.
  3. The colorless, odorless, tasteless mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth. Air consists of about 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen, with the remaining part made up mainly of argon, carbon dioxide, neon, helium, methane, and krypton in decreasing order of volume. Air also contains varying amounts of water vapor, particulate matter such as dust and soot, and chemical pollutants.
To show outwardly; display:
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  1. To show outwardly; display:
  2. To present for others to see:
  3. To present or expose to view; show; display
To take off a mask or disguise
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  1. To take off a mask or disguise
  2. (Intransitive) To remove one's mask.
  3. To appear in true character
To expose the false or exaggerated claims, pretensions, glamour, etc. of
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  1. To expose the false or exaggerated claims, pretensions, glamour, etc. of
  2. To expose or ridicule the falseness, sham, or exaggerated claims of:
  3. To discredit, or expose to ridicule the falsehood or the exaggerated claims of something
(Idiomatic) To expose or disclose something that was hidden or unknown.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To expose or disclose something that was hidden or unknown.
To undo, recall, or set aside (a judgment, settlement, etc.), so as to leave the matter open to further action
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  1. To undo, recall, or set aside (a judgment, settlement, etc.), so as to leave the matter open to further action
  2. To move apart or unfold so that the inner parts are displayed; spread out:
  3. To become open
To bring up out of the earth; dig up.
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  1. To bring up out of the earth; dig up.
  2. To uncover or find; to bring out from concealment; to bring to light; to disclose.
  3. To bring to light as by searching; discover; disclose
(Idiomatic) to discover something by digging; to unearth
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  1. (Idiomatic) to discover something by digging; to unearth
(Idiomatic) to expose
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  1. (Idiomatic) to expose
  2. (Idiomatic) to drive out using smoke
To catch or discover, as in a misdeed
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  1. To catch or discover, as in a misdeed
  2. To learn something hidden and often improper about:
  3. To discover or ascertain the existence, presence, or fact of.
To be false or disloyal to:
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  1. To be false or disloyal to:
  2. To help the enemy of (one's country, cause, etc.); be a traitor to
  3. To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against:
To search for and expose misconduct in public life.
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  1. To search for and expose misconduct in public life.
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  1. To uncover; to reveal.
  2. To expose:
  3. 1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 5
To break or remove the seal of
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  1. To break or remove the seal of
  2. To break the seal of (something) in order to open it.
  3. To break or remove the seal of; open.
To become unrolled
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  1. To become unrolled
  2. (Intransitive) To emerge, be revealed or become apparent; to unfold.
  3. (Programming) To replace (a loop in a program) with a repetitive sequence of the individual instructions that the loop would carry out, sometimes used as an optimization.
To become spread out; open out:
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  1. To become spread out; open out:
  2. To open (anything covered or closed); to lay open to view or contemplation; to bring out in all the details, or by successive development.
  3. To become unfolded; open out or open up
To take off the wrapping of; open or undo (something wrapped)
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  1. To take off the wrapping of; open or undo (something wrapped)
  2. To open or undo, as what is wrapped or folded.
  3. To remove the wrapping or wrappings from or become unwrapped.
To resolve; to unfold; to clear.
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  1. To resolve; to unfold; to clear.
  2. To straighten out (difficulties, for example); resolve.
  3. (Intransitive) To become untied or loosed.
To show outwardly; display:
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  1. To show outwardly; display:
  2. To give evidence or an instance of; demonstrate:
  3. To present for others to see:
(Idiomatic) To exhibit the best attributes of something.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To exhibit the best attributes of something.
  2. (Intransitive, idiomatic) To attract attention to for the purpose of bragging or personal exhibitionism; to demonstrate a skill, talent or property for the purpose of bragging or personal exhibitionism.
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  1. To uncover; to reveal.
  2. To expose:
  3. 1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 5
A trademark for a file format for graphics, audio, and video data, commonly used for transmitting animation over the Internet.
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  1. A trademark for a file format for graphics, audio, and video data, commonly used for transmitting animation over the Internet.
  2. To cause (light) to appear suddenly or in intermittent bursts.
  3. To appear or occur suddenly:
To put in peril; endanger
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  1. To put in peril; endanger
  2. To expose to peril.
(Rare) To place before; submit
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  1. (Rare) To place before; submit
  2. To cause to experience, undergo, or be acted upon:
  3. To bring under the authority or control of; cause to owe allegiance
To make bare; uncover or reveal:
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  1. To make bare; uncover or reveal:
  2. To expose:
  3. 1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 5
To bring into view; uncover
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  1. To bring into view; uncover
  2. To reveal (dental plaque) as by applying a special coloring agent to the teeth
  3. To reveal; make known; esp., to expose (something secret or not generally known)
To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
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  1. To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
  2. To show (images or information) on a screen.
  3. To exhibit ostentatiously; show off:
To make known (something concealed or unknown):
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  1. To make known (something concealed or unknown):
  2. To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
  3. To cause to be seen; show:
To cause or allow to be seen; display:
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  1. To cause or allow to be seen; display:
  2. (Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
  3. To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
To strip of or as of clothes; uncover; divest
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  1. To strip of or as of clothes; uncover; divest
  2. To remove the clothing or cover from; strip.
To lay bare or open by removing a covering
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  1. To lay bare or open by removing a covering
  2. To remove a cover or coverings
  3. To remove the hat from, as in respect or reverence.
To take off a mask or disguise
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  1. To take off a mask or disguise
  2. (Intransitive) To remove one's mask.
  3. To appear in true character
To take off a veil or covering; reveal oneself
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  1. To take off a veil or covering; reveal oneself
  2. To reveal oneself.
  3. (Intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
To learn something about:
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  1. To learn something about:
  2. To notice or learn, especially by making an effort:
  3. To be the first nonnative person to find, come to, or see (a continent, river, etc.)
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  1. To uncover; to reveal.
  2. To expose:
  3. 1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 5
To make bare or naked; strip
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  1. To make bare or naked; strip
  2. To destroy all plant and animal life in (an area)
  3. (--- Geol.) To expose (layers of rock) by erosion, weathering, etc.
(Intransitive) to undress oneself
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  1. (Intransitive) to undress oneself
  2. To undress someone or something
  3. To remove the clothing or covering from.
To sell off or otherwise dispose of (a subsidiary company or an investment).
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  1. To sell off or otherwise dispose of (a subsidiary company or an investment).
  2. To strip of clothing, equipment, etc.
  3. To strip, as of clothes.
To remove the large central rib from (tobacco leaves) or the leaf from (the stalk)
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  1. To remove the large central rib from (tobacco leaves) or the leaf from (the stalk)
  2. To remove the leaves from the stalks of (tobacco, for example).
  3. To cut or tear into strips.
To wave or flourish (something, often a weapon) in a menacing, defiant, or excited way.
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  1. To wave or flourish (something, often a weapon) in a menacing, defiant, or excited way.
To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
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  1. To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
  2. To show (images or information) on a screen.
  3. To exhibit ostentatiously; show off:
To amuse (oneself) in a light, frolicsome manner.
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  1. To amuse (oneself) in a light, frolicsome manner.
  2. To remove from a port; to carry away.
  3. To display ostentatiously
To present for others to see:
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  1. To present for others to see:
  2. To present or expose to view; show; display
  3. To show outwardly; display:
To come, move, or pass swiftly and suddenly; be seen or realized for an instant like a flash of light
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  1. To come, move, or pass swiftly and suddenly; be seen or realized for an instant like a flash of light
  2. To appear or occur suddenly:
  3. To display ostentatiously; flaunt.
  1. To parade, display with ostentation.
  2. To show oneself off or move in an ostentatious way:
  3. To show off proudly, defiantly, or impudently
To bring together (troops, etc.) for inspection or display
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  1. To bring together (troops, etc.) for inspection or display
  2. To behave so as to attract attention; show off.
  3. To walk about ostentatiously; show off
To cause or allow to be seen; display:
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  1. To cause or allow to be seen; display:
  2. (Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
  3. To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
(Biol.) To vary markedly from the normal type; mutate
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  1. (Biol.) To vary markedly from the normal type; mutate
  2. To wear or have on one's body, especially prominently or ostentatiously:
  3. (Informal) To wear or display, esp. with unnecessary show
To help the enemy of (one's country, cause, etc.); be a traitor to
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  1. To help the enemy of (one's country, cause, etc.); be a traitor to
  2. To give aid or information to an enemy of; commit treason against:
  3. To break faith with; fail to meet the hopes of
To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
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  1. To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
  2. To give away (a secret) in idle chatter
  3. (Intransitive) To tell tales; to gossip without reserve or discretion.
(Archaic) To proclaim publicly.
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  1. (Archaic) To proclaim publicly.
  2. To make known (something private or secret).
  1. To release.
  2. (Of clothing) To enlarge by adjusting one or more seams.
  3. To disclose.
To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
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  1. To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
  2. To cause to be seen; show:
  3. To make known (something concealed or unknown):
To give a detailed account of; narrate:
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  1. To give a detailed account of; narrate:
  2. To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
  3. To reveal something that is not supposed to be revealed, especially something that someone has done wrong:
To remove a cover or coverings
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  1. To remove a cover or coverings
  2. To make known; disclose; reveal
  3. To remove the hat from, as in respect or reverence.
(Intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
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  1. (Intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
  2. To take off a veil or covering; reveal oneself
  3. To reveal oneself.
(Informal) To disclose (something previously unknown); divulge:
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  1. (Informal) To disclose (something previously unknown); divulge:
  2. (Informal) To let (something secret) become known; divulge
  3. (Obs.) To kill
To notice or learn, especially by making an effort:
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  1. To notice or learn, especially by making an effort:
  2. To learn something about:
  3. To be the first to find out, see, or know about
(--- Bible) The Book of Revelation.
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  1. (--- Bible) The Book of Revelation.
  2. A disclosure regarded as prophetic; revelation
  3. A prophetic disclosure; a revelation.
A thing disclosed; revelation
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  1. A thing disclosed; revelation
  2. The act or process of revealing or uncovering.
  3. The release of information about a person or entity. Of a corporation, the filing of documents and statements required by law; in litigation, the release of documents and other information subpoenaed or otherwise sought by the other side. See also discovery. The release of information about a person or entity. Of a corporation, the filing of documents and statements required by law; in litigation, the release of documents and other information subpoenaed or otherwise sought by the other side. See also discovery.
A being exposed to harsh weather conditions without protection
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  1. A being exposed to harsh weather conditions without protection
  2. The condition of being exposed, especially to severe weather or other forces of nature:
  3. An exposing or being exposed
Something, as a writing or event, containing or showing such a communication, disclosure, or manifestation
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  1. Something, as a writing or event, containing or showing such a communication, disclosure, or manifestation
  2. (Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
  3. (Theol.) Communication, by a divinity or by divine agency, of divine truth or knowledge; specif., God's manifestation of the divinity or of the divine will to humanity
An experience or event that reveals, enlightens, or informs; something that causes learning, revelation, realization, or increased awareness.
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  1. An experience or event that reveals, enlightens, or informs; something that causes learning, revelation, realization, or increased awareness.
  2. An alcoholic beverage consumed first thing in the morning. A euphemism used by those offering or consuming alcohol in the morning.
  3. A startling or shocking revelation.
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