Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) reveal or made known
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disclose the truth, an undisclosed amount
To disclose something to someone means to make something known to them (usually something that may have been a secret or sensitive information). This is a formal way of saying 'tell a secret'. You can disclose information or disclose your feelings about something. This verb is usually used in formal or professional situations.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Well, not that we've learned what happened,it's our duty to disclose the truth.
The company wassold last year for an undisclosed amount.It was all very secretive.
The conflict between the firms was settled out of court, but theterms of the settlement remainundisclosed.
The people demanded full disclosurefrom the politician. They wanted to know the truth.
Social Examples (Basic)
There is certain information that we cannot disclose to third parties due to privacy regulations.
If a child discloses anything that concerns their welfare it is your duty to report it to someone.
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