Complete Definition of "disclose"

English

Etymology
From the stem of OF. desclore, from vulgar Latin disclaudere, from dis- + L. claudere ‘to close, shut’.

Pronunciation
IPA|/dɪsˈkləʊz/
rhymes|əʊz

Verb
en-verb|disclos|ing

  1. context|transitive|obsolete To open, unfasten.
  2. transitive To uncover, expose to view.
  3. transitive To expose to the knowledge of others; to make known, say openly, reveal.

Synonyms
divulge
impart
publish
reveal

Translations
trans-top|expose to view
Finnish: paljastaa
trans-mid
trans-bottom

trans-top|make known
Finnish: paljastaa
German: veröffentlichen, bekanntgeben, bekanntmachen
trans-mid
trans-bottom

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ttbc|Dutch: onthullen
ttbc|French: révéler

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