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disclose (something) to (one)

To inform someone about something. Class, you need to disclose all of your sources to me in your works cited. I didn't disclose any information to her, so I don't know how she found out all about it.
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disclose something to someone

to tell or reveal something to someone. Tony refused to disclose the location of the papers to me. Please disclose the names to me at once.
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The law does not require us to disclose the subscribers precisely because it is our position that they did not pay for the surveys," argued SWS lawyer Albert Bacungan during the hearing.
By failing to disclose the abovementioned information, Arun Panchariya and Satish Panchariya contravened Laws and Rules administered by the DFSA requiring them to disclose material information to the DFSA and to deal with the DFSA in an open and co-operative manner.
Still, county officials who wrote the report recommended that the county continue to ask applicants to disclose both misdemeanor and felony convictions.
Can the written permission be obtained through the use of an engagement letter that discloses the anticipated use of the external service provider?
If the information provided does not do so, Form 8275 or 8275-R must be used to adequately disclose the item (see Part II of the instructions for those forms).
In doing so, the adviser had failed to disclose to its clients all the material facts surrounding this investment recommendation--namely, the adviser's conflict of interest when it recommended a stock not as a disinterested adviser, but as part a scheme to profit personally.
Among fears, the most common reason survey respondents did not disclose a medical error was fear of a negative reaction from the patient or family (88%).
This choice is not really a choice; companies cannot allow qualified financial statements, and must therefore disclose privileged tax advice to their auditors.
The Nondisclosure Penalty is imposed upon taxpayers who fail to disclose any type of RT.
The CSPI investigated the first and last authors involved in the 35 studies who did not disclose conflicts of interest.
The regulations under Section 7216 provide an exemption from this law for tax return preparers who disclose taxpayer information to a third party for the purpose of having the third party process the return (note there is no requirement in Section 7216 or its regulations for a member to inform the client that a third-party provider is being used).
While acknowledging that these estimates are subject to a number of limitations, the analysts nevertheless conclude that they "suggest that substantial numbers of new HIV infections could occur among partners of HIV-positive persons who do not disclose their status.
Informed consent is both a legal and ethical principle requiring school counselors to adequately disclose to clients potential risks, benefits, and alternatives to proposed counseling.
In discounted or premium variable-rate transactions where the creditor sets the initial interest rate and later rate adjustments are determined by an index or formula, the creditor must disclose both the initial payment based on the discount or premium and the payment that will be in effect thereafter.