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disclosure

noun dis·clo·sure \dis-ˈklō-zhər\

: the act of making something known : the act of disclosing something

: something (such as information) that is made known or revealed : something that is disclosed

Full Definition of DISCLOSURE

1
:  the act or an instance of disclosing :  exposure
2
:  something disclosed :  revelation

Examples of DISCLOSURE

  1. We demand full disclosure of the facts.
  2. <he offered full disclosure of the government files on the assassination>

First Known Use of DISCLOSURE

1567

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