动词过去式:unveiled 过去分词:unveiled 现在分词:unveiling 第三人称单数:unveils
un-=the reversal of an action 置于动词前，表示这个动词的相反的动作
1 [I, Tn] remove one's veil; remove a veil from (sth/sb) 除去面纱; 揭去（某物[某人]）的面纱或遮盖物.
(a) remove a cloth, etc from (sth), esp as part of a public ceremony 除去（某物）的幕布等; （尤指）为（某事物）揭幕
*unveil a statue, monument, plaque, portrait, etc 揭去雕像、纪念碑、牌匾、肖像等的幕布.
(b) show or announce (sth) publiclyfor the first time 首次公开、揭露或展示（某事物）
*unveilnew models at the Motor Show 在汽车展览会上首次展出若干新型汽车
* She unveiled her plans for reform. 她首次公开了她的改革计画.
to show or tell people about a new product or plan for the first time
The club has unveiled plans to build a new stadium.
to remove the cover from something, especially as part of a formal ceremony
The statue was unveiled by the Queen.