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To make clear; to clarify; to shed light upon

The new Sopranos volume has 17 essays that examine the television show and elucidate concepts from classical philosophers, including Aristotle, Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Sun Tzu and Plato.

to bring out more clearly the facts concerning
{v} to explain, to clear up
To make clear or manifest; to render more intelligible; to illustrate; as, an example will elucidate the subject
To make clear or obvious; to clarify
If you elucidate something, you make it clear and easy to understand. Haig went on to elucidate his personal principle of war There was no need for him to elucidate. = clarify + elucidation elu·ci·da·tion Gerald's attempts at elucidation. to explain something that is difficult to understand by providing more information (elucidatus, past participle of elucidare )
{f} explain, clarify
To disambiguate
make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?"; "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death"
A making clear; the act of elucidating or that which elucidates, as an explanation, an exposition, an illustration; as, one example may serve for further elucidation of the subject
{n} an explanation, a clearing up, a solution
To elucidate
past of elucidate
third-person singular of elucidate
present participle of elucidate
an interpretation that removes obstacles to understanding; "the professor's clarification helped her to understand the textbook"
an act of explaining that serves to clear up and cast light on
{i} explanation, clarification; illumination