- showing or making known
"her dress was scanty and revealing"
- She complained that the picture was too revealing.
- The public servant leaked the secret and he was prosecuted for revealing a state secret.
- Right now, to 20 people only, we're revealing for free the secret of manipulating younger women.
- I can't stop you from revealing my secrets. However, I beg you not to.
- He was on the verge of revealing the secret when a sharp look from Martha shut him up.
- The original qipao covered most of a woman's body, revealing only the head, the hands and the tips of the toes, in order to conceal the figure of the wearer regardless of her age.
- Revealing a secret or breaching an obligation of secrecy
- No data revealing the content of the communication may be retained pursuant to this Directive.
- The first question put by the journalist is highly revealing: ‘France Télécom's share price is highly volatile.
- The end of the commentary is revealing: the commentators speak of a loan or an exceptional subsidy.
- If consent is not obtained, the Eurosystem member concerned shall provide the authorised ECB personnel with the required information without revealing the identity of the customer.
- It is data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership, health, sex life, offences, criminal convictions or security measures.
- the nature of the data to be stored and personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade-union membership and data concerning health or sex life which are strictly necessary;
- CBP will not use ‘sensitive’ data (i.e. personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, and data concerning the health or sex life of the individual) from the PNR, as described below.
- The list should also include traffic data and location data and the related data necessary to identify the subscriber or user of a publicly available electronic communications service; this should not include data revealing the content of the communication.