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Borrowed from Latin revēlāre.

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revelar (first-person singular present revelo, first-person singular preterite revelí, past participle revelat); root stress: (Central) /ɛ/; (Valencian) /e/; (Balearic) /ə/

  1. to reveal
  2. to develop (to bring out images latent in photographic film)

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Learned borrowing from Latin revēlāre.

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  • Hyphenation: re‧ve‧lar

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revelar (first-person singular present revelo, first-person singular preterite revelei, past participle revelado)

  1. to reveal, disclose
  2. to develop (to bring out images latent in photographic film)

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Borrowed from Latin revēlāre.

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revelar (first-person singular present revelo, first-person singular preterite revelé, past participle revelado)

  1. to reveal
    Synonym: desvelar
  2. to develop (to bring out images latent in photographic film)

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