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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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References in classic literature ?
Rare, extravagant spirits come by us at intervals, who disclose to us new facts in nature.
"Our clients frequently disclose to us feelings of depression, the desire to self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
'We want these financial institutions to disclose to us where they have invested their funds and should there be investments in coal or other dirty energy, to right away divest them to support the renewable energy sector,' he added.
"The former managing director, who got us into the position of owing that much rent to the city, because he didn't pay it and didn't disclose that, also didn't disclose to us a bunch of other things that had not been paid," she said, referring to Arndt.
"We cannot be ready for the trial to start unless the prosecutor discloses all the material he needs to disclose to us, and also unless the registrar is ready to provide all technical support and technical software for us to ...
"Sisu say they recognise the importance of having hotels built, and that the figures they have put together, which they didn't disclose to us, include an amount for building hotels.
Mr Crow said: "We welcome the assurance from the police today that, as part of their renewed investigation, they will disclose to us any relevant evidence or information that they may have uncovered."
As the Martyrs Foundation lacks the means, the Intelligence Ministry and those organs that do have the capability to find out the truth must disclose to us what the reality really was."
But, we want to acknowledge that Creech Air Force base pilots guiding surveillance missions over areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan, where they are ordered to hunt down Taliban fighters, are absorbing and processing information which we wish they could disclose to us. Trainers at the base have arranged for a contractor to hire "extras" to pose as insurgents, walking about the range inside the base, so that pilots training for combat can practice shooting them.
In the past, we've asked pet food companies to disclose to us, not for publication, where their products were manufactured--mostly as a lever to pry more information out of them about their ingredient sourcing and quality assurance programs.
However, during the job interview, he failed to disclose to us that he has a learning disability.
"We do have some customers in Canada, but if they don't disclose to us honestly where they're going, there's nothing we can do about that."
16) about the scriptural word: "The Bible makes the truth available to us only as narrative, even if we want more." We have to live the truth, and in so doing we are obliged to acknowledge that we are not ready, as Jesus said to his disciples, for everything Christ might want to disclose to us. We have to grow into readiness for the next manifestation of the word, and the deeper demand that the word will make upon us.