Verb(1) make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret(2) reveal to view as by removing a cover
(1) Do not use, copy or disclose the information in any way nor act in reliance on it and notify the sender immediately.(2) Typically, the issue is not whether to disclose the information, but how.(3) The company was also accused of failing to disclose information properly.(4) Or you can travel to an ancient Indian temple to disclose a hidden treasure.(5) At the end of the path, turn right and push past some foliage to disclose a hidden pool.(6) It is our company policy not to disclose that information in order to protect the privacy of our customers.(7) The purpose of such provisions would seem to be that suspicions should be conveyed and disclosers are not expected to be able to prove the truth of their allegations.(8) But some of the state laws give the discloser too much discretion.(9) Any civil servant who is proven to have leaked the information should face prosecution for disclosing confidential information.(10) It also sparked a public and media outcry for more government transparency in disclosing information and defending the public right to know.(11) The delicate nature of his work prevents him from disclosing information about future missions to his wife.(12) The act was also not supposed to entangle reporters in a net of prison sentences, either as recipients of leaks or as disclosers in their own right.(13) Sometimes it is almost impossible to advise a couple to agree to settle their affairs because there is a suspicion that one side is not disclosing full information.(14) If granted, the unprecedented lifetime injunctions would prevent the media from ever disclosing information which would identify the two released killers.(15) A check of the notes reveals that this information was disclosed in a biography of 1932.(16) Subsequent disclosers may get off scot free, because the information is no longer ├ö├ç├┐secret.├ö├ç├û
(1) to disclose :: om bekend te maak
(2) disclose information :: openbaar inligting
(3) disclose a secret :: openbaar 'n geheime
1. reveal ::
2. uncover ::
3. unwrap ::
4. expose ::
bloot te stel
1. cloak ::
2. conceal ::
3. enshroud ::
4. hide ::
5. mask ::
6. shroud ::
7. veil ::
disclose, disclosed, discloses, disclosing
Word Example from TV Shows
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Without your permission,
I can't DISCLOSE anything
you tell me to anyone.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 3
I wonder if we'd have
to DISCLOSE something like this
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14
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