- disclose something to somebody
例句：It’s important to disclose any health issues to your doctor.
- disclose that SV
例句：A recent survey disclosed that 9.8 percent of boys aged 9 to 12 had tried smokeless tobacco.
最近的一項調查顯示，9 至 12 歲的男孩中有 9.8% 嘗試過無菸煙草。
- It be disclosed that SV
例句：It was disclosed to the public that the famous celebrity couple has decided to end their long-term relationship.
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例句：It hasn’t been disclosed when the long-awaited product launch will take place.
- disclose information (about something)
例句：The company is required by law to disclose information about its financial situation.
- disclose a secret
例句：He refused to disclose a secret he had been keeping for years.
- disclose the truth
例句：The journalist was determined to disclose the truth about the scandal.
- disclose a fact
例句：The witness was asked to disclose any facts relevant to the case.
- disclose details (of something)/ (about something)
揭露 某事的細節 / 有關某事的事實或資訊
例句：The government refused to disclose details of the negotiations.
- disclose evidence
例句：The lawyer disclosed evidence that proved his client’s innocence.
- disclose findings
例句：The research team decided to disclose their findings in a scientific journal.
- disclose a plan
例句：The company did not disclose their plans for the upcoming year.
- disclose one’s intentions
例句：He did not disclose his intentions until the last minute.
- disclose an identity
例句：The secret agent’s identity was accidentally disclosed.
- It hasn’t been disclosed where the company plans to open its new headquarters.
- The company refused to disclose its financial status to the public.
- It has been disclosed in a recent study that regular exercise and a balanced diet can significantly improve cognitive function in older adults.
- She had to disclose her past mistakes during the interview.
- He was hesitant to disclose his plans for the future.
- The government was pressured to disclose information about the incident.
- They agreed not to disclose the secret to anyone else.
- The report disclosed a serious problem with our security system.
- She didn’t disclose her identity until the meeting was over.
- We are legally obliged to disclose any potential conflicts of interest.
- The agent was careful not to disclose any sensitive information.
- reveal 揭示、揭露 vt. 指公開不為人知的事物或信息。
例句：He decided to reveal the truth about his past.
- expose 曝光、揭露 vt. 指公開不應被隱藏的事物或不良行為。
例句：The journalist exposed the corruption within the government.
- uncover 揭露、發現 vt. 指找出或讓人知道以前被隱藏或不為人知的事物。
例句：The investigation uncovered evidence of tax evasion.
- divulge 透露、洩露 vt. 指公開尚未公開的信息或秘密。
例句：She refused to divulge any details about her new project.
- confess 承認、坦白 vt. 表示承認做過錯事或揭露自己的秘密。
例句：He confessed his feelings to her. 他向她坦白了他的感情。
- disclosure 公開、被公佈的事實 n.