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noun [countable] [usually singular]     reveal pronunciation in British English
/rɪˈviːl/
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  1. 1
    the act of revealing something or the thing that is revealed, especially in a story, film etc

    The final, shocking reveal of this film will leave you feeling paranoid days later.

    Tyra Banks kicked off the fifth season of her ratings winning daytime talk show with a big reveal – her natural hair!

    This meaning is based on one submitted to the Open Dictionary from United Kingdom on 02/05/2016
  2. 2
    business the act of introducing a new product to the public

    Tuesday marks the big reveal of the latest iPhone.

    This meaning is based on one submitted to the Open Dictionary from United Kingdom on 02/05/2016
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