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un·earth

 (ŭn-ûrth′)
tr.v. un·earthed, un·earth·ing, un·earths
1. To bring up out of the earth; dig up.
2. To bring to public notice; uncover.
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unearth

(ʌnˈɜːθ)
vb (tr)
1. to dig up out of the earth
2. to reveal or discover, esp by exhaustive searching
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un•earth

(ʌnˈɜrθ)

v.t.
1. to dig out of the earth.
2. to bring to light by search, inquiry, etc.; uncover.
[1400–50]
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unearth


Past participle: unearthed
Gerund: unearthing

Imperative
unearth
unearth
Present
I unearth
you unearth
he/she/it unearths
we unearth
you unearth
they unearth
Preterite
I unearthed
you unearthed
he/she/it unearthed
we unearthed
you unearthed
they unearthed
Present Continuous
I am unearthing
you are unearthing
he/she/it is unearthing
we are unearthing
you are unearthing
they are unearthing
Present Perfect
I have unearthed
you have unearthed
he/she/it has unearthed
we have unearthed
you have unearthed
they have unearthed
Past Continuous
I was unearthing
you were unearthing
he/she/it was unearthing
we were unearthing
you were unearthing
they were unearthing
Past Perfect
I had unearthed
you had unearthed
he/she/it had unearthed
we had unearthed
you had unearthed
they had unearthed
Future
I will unearth
you will unearth
he/she/it will unearth
we will unearth
you will unearth
they will unearth
Future Perfect
I will have unearthed
you will have unearthed
he/she/it will have unearthed
we will have unearthed
you will have unearthed
they will have unearthed
Future Continuous
I will be unearthing
you will be unearthing
he/she/it will be unearthing
we will be unearthing
you will be unearthing
they will be unearthing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unearthing
you have been unearthing
he/she/it has been unearthing
we have been unearthing
you have been unearthing
they have been unearthing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unearthing
you will have been unearthing
he/she/it will have been unearthing
we will have been unearthing
you will have been unearthing
they will have been unearthing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unearthing
you had been unearthing
he/she/it had been unearthing
we had been unearthing
you had been unearthing
they had been unearthing
Conditional
I would unearth
you would unearth
he/she/it would unearth
we would unearth
you would unearth
they would unearth
Past Conditional
I would have unearthed
you would have unearthed
he/she/it would have unearthed
we would have unearthed
you would have unearthed
they would have unearthed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unearth - bring to lightunearth - bring to light; "The CIA unearthed a plot to kill the President"
locate, turn up - discover the location of; determine the place of; find by searching or examining; "Can you locate your cousins in the Midwest?"; "My search turned up nothing"
2.unearth - recover through digging; "Schliemann excavated Troy"; "excavate gold"
bring out, reveal, uncover, unveil - make visible; "Summer brings out bright clothes"; "He brings out the best in her"
dig out, dig up, dig - remove, harvest, or recover by digging; "dig salt"; "dig coal"
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unearth

verb
1. discover, find, reveal, expose, turn up, uncover, bring to light, ferret out, root up No evidence has yet been unearthed.
2. dig up, excavate, exhume, dredge up, disinter Fossil hunters have unearthed the bones of an elephant.
Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

unearth

verb
To find by investigation:
dig (out or up), turn up, uncover.
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Translations
يَكْتَشِف، يَكْشِف عن، يَنْبِش
vyhrabat
afdækkefinde frem til
grafa upp, uppgötva
išknisti
atrastcelt gaismā
meydana/gün ışığına çıkarmak

unearth

[ˈʌnˈɜːθ] VT
1. (= dig up) → desenterrar
2. (= uncover) (fig) → desenterrar, descubrir
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

unearth

[ˌʌnˈɜːrθ] vt
(= dig up) [+ bones, human remains, treasure] → mettre au jour
(= discover) [+ evidence, facts] → mettre au jour
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

unearth

vtausgraben; (fig) book etcaufstöbern; information, evidence, talentzutage or zu Tage bringen, ausfindig machen
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

unearth

[ʌnˈɜːθ] vtdissotterrare (fig) (secret) → scoprire; (object) → scovare; (evidence) → portare alla luce
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

unearth

(anˈəːθ) verb
to discover (something) or remove it from a place where it is put away or hidden. During his studies, he unearthed several new facts about the history of the place.
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References in classic literature ?
Excavating about it, I unearthed a small wooden box.
But he's written a wonderful story, telling how he happened to come across the ancient manuscripts in the tomb of some old Indian whose mummy he unearthed on a trip to Central America.
He ate in the same open air; that is, his two only meals, -- breakfast and dinner: supper he never touched; nor reaped his beard; which darkly grew all gnarled, as unearthed roots of trees blown over, which still grow idly on at naked base, though perished in the upper verdure.
Long John Silver unearthed a very competent man for a mate, a man named Arrow.
Much of his past was unearthed, indeed, and all disreputable: tales came out of the man's cruelty, at once so callous and violent; of his vile life, of his strange associates, of the hatred that seemed to have surrounded his career; but of his present whereabouts, not a whisper.
Making sure that the drawbridge was raised, and that he could not hope for stealthy entrance there, he crept silently to the rear of the great building, and there among the bushes his men searched for the ladder that Norman of Torn had seen the knavish servant of My Lady Claudia unearth, that the outlaw might visit the Earl of Buckingham, unannounced.