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To have come upon after searching, study, or effort
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(archaic) To have revealed (information)
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“Explain the general type of subject matter to allow them to determine whether they desire to attend, but do not disclose the news to be released.”
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To have conveyed in appropriate or telling terms
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Past tense for to make a statement about something
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“In Massachusetts, a defendant may be compelled to disclose his intention to rely upon an alibi defense.”
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Past tense for to admit or confess to something
“The agent promised that if the plaintiff would remain silent and not disclose his wrongdoings to his employers, he would make good the loss arising from the unauthorized transactions.”
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Past tense for to display or put on show
“This provides a limited grace period in which the inventor is free to publicly disclose his invention.”
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Past tense for to be a sign or symptom of
“A study of the data will disclose that the ultra-violet radiation component is a complex function of electrical current.”
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Past tense for to state or express something in words (or sounds)
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Past tense for to relate a story or series of events by speech or writing
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Past tense for to promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
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Past tense for to discover (something hidden, lost, or kept secret) by investigation or searching
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Past tense for to bring up or refer to (something), usually briefly but specifically
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Past tense for to tell or inform someone of a fact or information
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Past tense for to arrive at an answer through logic
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Past tense for to boast about
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Past tense for to proceed, come or flow out from
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Past tense for to teach or educate someone on a given subject
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Past tense for to predict, prophesy, or tell of future events
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Past tense for to admit, include, or allow to share in a secret or knowledge
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Past tense for to report on something, especially something worthy of a news article, before (someone else)
Adjective
Stated or made known
Adjective
Not covered
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Adjective
Clear or obvious to the eye or mind
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