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go public with (something)

To publicize or reveal something. When do you guys plan to go public with your relationship?
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go public with

Informal
To reveal to the public a previously unknown or secret piece of information: The president finally had to go public with the scandal.
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Last night Coun Tebbutt admitted he had intended to go public with his call for the lights to be removed, but then decided against it after taking advice from council officer Caroline Bruce, and opting to follow the line of collective responsibility.
KISSING, cuddling and frolicking around in the Australian sunshine, Ronan Keating and his new girlfriend go public with their romance.
Companies will go public with nanotechnologically enhanced prosthetic devices, and surgeons will begin offering liposuction procedures utilizing the best surgical implements that nanotechnology has to offer.
For Fergie is furious at the way he has been portrayed over the last two weeks and wants to go public with his side of the saga.
When Welles's political opponents threatened to go public with the information, Roosevelt reluctantly asked him to resign.
Investors who opt for common stock shares are hoping the company ultimately will go public with a formal initial public offering.