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Meaning of “bring sth to light” - Learner’s Dictionary

bring sth to light

If information about something bad is brought to light, it is discovered: The trial brought to light numerous contradictions in his story.Revealing secrets and becoming known
Translations of “bring sth to light”
in Russian выявлять что-либо…
in Turkish gün ışığına çıkarmak, açığa çıkarmak…
in Polish ujawniać coś…
(Definition of bring sth to light from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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