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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin revelātōrem. Equivalent to revelar +‎ -dor.

Adjective edit

revelador (feminine reveladora, masculine plural reveladors, feminine plural reveladores)

  1. revealing

Noun edit

revelador m (plural reveladors)

  1. developer (liquid used in chemical film processing)

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Galician edit

Etymology edit

From Latin revelator. Equivalent to revelar +‎ -dor.

Adjective edit

revelador (feminine reveladora, masculine plural reveladores, feminine plural reveladoras)

  1. revealing

Noun edit

revelador m (plural reveladores)

  1. developer (liquid used in chemical film processing)

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Further reading edit

Portuguese edit

Etymology edit

From Latin revelātōrem. By surface analysis, revelar +‎ -dor.

Pronunciation edit

 
 

  • Hyphenation: re‧ve‧la‧dor

Noun edit

revelador m (plural reveladores, feminine reveladora, feminine plural reveladoras)

  1. revealer (one who reveals)
  2. developer (liquid used in chemical film processing)

Adjective edit

revelador (feminine reveladora, masculine plural reveladores, feminine plural reveladoras)

  1. revealing

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Further reading edit

Spanish edit

Etymology edit

From Latin revelator. Equivalent to revelar +‎ -dor.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /rebelaˈdoɾ/ [re.β̞e.laˈð̞oɾ]
  • Rhymes: -oɾ
  • Syllabification: re‧ve‧la‧dor

Adjective edit

revelador (feminine reveladora, masculine plural reveladores, feminine plural reveladoras)

  1. revealing, telltale, telling
  2. revelatory, eye-opening, illuminating, enlightening

Noun edit

revelador m (plural reveladores)

  1. developer (liquid used in chemical film processing)

Related terms edit

Further reading edit