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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.
See also: disclose, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The LCCI President said that condition of disclosing CNIC for sale to unregistered person would result in a potential misuse of CNICs and these can be used in fraudulent transactions of billions of rupees as reported from time to time.
We assume that the cost of disclosure is [C.sub.ij], which is the cost incurred by person i upon disclosing person j.
What your dentist wants you to do is to brush your teeth, rinse your mouth with the disclosing agent and then look to see how much redness lingers on your teeth.
The second is when disclosing the information to another individual within in the same firm in the United States who will be assisting in the preparation of or providing auxiliary services in connection with the preparation of the taxpayer's return.
In 2004, a Black man named Anthony Whitfield in Washington State faced 137 years in prison for, as his public defender put it to the Seattle Weekly, "spreading AIDS to a bunch of white women." Seventeen women accused Whitfield of having sex with them without disclosing. In 2002, prosecutors in Huron, South Dakota locked up black college freshman Nikko Briteramos, a Chicagoan who had just come to the small, largely white town on a basketball scholarship, for having sex with his white girlfriend without disclosing.
Below are a few steps tax advisers can take to avoid the new risks and penalties associated with not disclosing reportable transactions.
Any inclination that a taxpayer might have to refrain from disclosing a RT would seem especially foolhardy in the case of LTs or RATs, or where disclosure will otherwise be made via a required MA information return.
Eight in 10 gay or bisexual men who reported having had sex without disclosing their HIV status (35% overall) said that they had done so in the context of nonexclusive partnerships; for heterosexual men and women, episodes of intercourse without disclosure were about evenly divided between exclusive and nonexclusive partnerships.
Confidentiality is a professional's promise or contract to respect clients' privacy by not disclosing anything revealed during counseling except under agreed upon conditions.
Teranishi said other banks will follow suit because disclosing information is becoming increasingly important as the government's full guarantee on all deposits will be abolished next April.
In addition, the revisions provide guidance on disclosing costs for certain credit insurance policies and on the definition of "business day" for purposes of the right to rescind certain home-secured loans.
* obtaining verifiable parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from a child (certain exceptions include Web sites responding to a one-time request from a child)
Many individuals with MS don't have the option of not disclosing, but for those who do, the choice is a difficult one because it involves significant risk.
"If you have to convince yourself to provide your services to a particular individual, or have to justify refraining from disclosing information to a client, it may be time to back off" says Klein.