From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunveilun‧veil /ʌnˈveɪl/ ●○○ verb [transitive] 1 SHOW/LET somebody SEE somethingto show or tell people about a new product or plan for the first time The club has unveiled plans to build a new stadium.2 SHOW/LET somebody SEE somethingto remove the cover from something, especially as part of a formal ceremony The statue was unveiled by the Queen.unveiling noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
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unveilFinally the full horror of the deed is unveiled.Last year, Vauxhall unveiled a car called Calibra.Two weeks later, Brenda was at his side when he unveiled a statue of himself.GM's solar-powered car was unveiled at last month's Geneva auto show.He hopes to unveil it by early spring.The numbers are preliminary until the government unveils its official trade balance results for December on Feb. 8.The government has unveiled its plans for the future of Britain's armed forces.The city unveiled plans for a $1.7 billion airport.Suter unveiled yearly pre-tax profits for 1991 this week.
From King Business Dictionaryunveilun‧veil /ʌnˈveɪl/ verb [transitive] journalism to inform people about something, especially financial results or a new productYesterday the bank unveiled a soaring 28 percent rise in profits for the year to December.They have unveiled a new series of multimedia products, including a double CD-Rom with an interactive game.→ See Verb table