Meaning of now-it-can-be-told in English:

now-it-can-be-told

Pronunciation /ˌnaʊɪtkənbɪˈtəʊld/

adjective

  • Designating a book, story, etc., which reveals previously classified or otherwise unknown facts.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in The New York Times Book Review. From now + it + can + be + told, past participle of tell.