In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(information/plan/secret) divulgarto divulge sth to sb — revelarle algo a algn
- Mr Ralphs is calling for an inquiry into what led to his information being divulged.
- She does not want to divulge any information regarding the nature of her speech in order to keep the curiosity alive.
- Consequently, the user divulges personal information, Berson said.
- I didn't know this, and I'm considering legal action against Beth for not divulging that information.
- I didn't think they'd like it if they knew I was divulging this information to Dana - even if it had nothing to do with their secret.
- Anne turned after divulging her information and went back to the story.
- After his information was divulged, he received death threats - including one written in blood.
- Sometimes managers feel uneasy about divulging certain information to their people.
- Also, be careful about divulging personal information in news group chatting.
- I couldn't go divulging that information, when Eva had told me in confidence.
- However, the health board has been criticised by anti-abortion campaigners for not divulging information about the case.
- She was spotted leaving his hotel in the early hours of the morning and has since divulged the information to friends.
- I am now at liberty to divulge the information that I am going to be a dad come mid-August.
- A lot of information is divulged during this feature, and I was glad that Paramount included it on the disc.
- It explains the kinds of tactics interrogators are likely to use to coerce you into confessing or divulging information.
- Citbank says that since the attacks began a few months ago, it hasn't registered a single case of somebody divulging their information.
- If there are delicate negotiations going on, and divulging information may jeopardize these, one might understand.
- If you have perhaps you could direct me to the article that divulges this information.
- So far the executive agency of the Department of Health has said it does not divulge information about faults.
- These firms are not allowed to divulge any information without either your permission or that of a spouse.
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