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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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In addition, Rule 10-01 of Regulation S-X already prescribes adequate rules governing the disclosures for interim financial statements, including rules relating to disclosure of material contingencies or material changes in previously disclosed contingencies.
For disclosed positions, the Joint Committee staff would require both substantial authority and adequate disclosure and would eliminate the reasonable cause exception of section 6664(c)(1).
Again, the "California listed transaction" is just a subset of California reportable transactions and is required to be disclosed under CRTC Section 18407.
2003-66, except that it notes the schedules that must be filled in for purposes of transactions disclosed on Form 5713.
Nineteen banks disclosed they have a standardized framework for ESG risk assessment, but only seven disclosed that they have specific policies for high ESG risk sectors.
The Foreign Ministry has disclosed a total of about 25,000 volumes (about 3,400,000 pages) of diplomatic documents over 25 rounds since 1994.
Although the details of the transaction were not disclosed, asking rent was $60 per square foot.
I can assure you there is no embarrassment I (BJP) will have when all the names are disclosed. There is some embarrassment the Congress party will have because of those names," he said.
In the absence of infection, individuals become newly known when and only when they are disclosed by other known individuals.
The Leaking Vault 2011 presents data gathered from studying 3,765 publicly disclosed data breach incidents, and is the largest study of its kind to date.
The information in these returns may be disclosed or used in the preparation of future returns for the taxpayer or in connection with an examination by the IRS without the consent of the taxpayer.
With the flood of investigations trader way, corporate insurers and their D&O claims specialists should look to the facts of each case, including evaluating whether the insured's practices were publicly disclosed, whether company insiders conducted themselves in a particularly egregious manner to benefit themselves or whether corporate officials reasonably relied on advice from outside financial and tax advisers.
University of Limerick's Elaine Byrne has revealed there is often a huge difference in the amount spent on elections and the sum disclosed to the Standards Commission.
Yes, if confidential information is disclosed to an outside third party, written permission from the client is required.