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A police spokesman said:'At this stage we cannot divulge any details. The Sun (2016)But she refuses to divulge any secrets. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Mortgage applicants will have to divulge personal details about their spending habits and lifestyle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It allows the police to divulge that information. The Sun (2013)He refused to divulge any information. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We divulge details to build trust, to be heard and know we are accepted. Christianity Today (2000)He declined to divulge other financial details, but said the business was profitable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Perhaps their employers think it's too much information to divulge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's forbidden to divulge information from within the camp that might affect betting practices. The Sun (2010)If they did not divulge enough factual information, the audience began to exchange shrugs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Can Barclaycard reconcile this with the advice not to divulge information to unknown callers? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Paramount won't divulge any more just yet. The Sun (2012)Bosses need them to divulge their secrets and some of them didn't feel supported enough last time. The Sun (2013)I found it easy to approach people and get them to divulge secrets. The Sun (2013)He won't divulge the recipe. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I won't divulge who he said. The Sun (2012)Up North you can't walk into one without being forced to divulge deep family secrets. The Sun (2008)The administrators refused to divulge details of why the charity collapsed so suddenly, but sources spoke of poor financial management and a lack of strong leadership. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was also prepared to divulge details of an operation by the nuclear submarine HMS Trafalgar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The union should not hold its breath; the FSA is not going to divulge sensitive information about any bank. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Used Occasionally. divulge is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'divulge'
British English: divulge VERB
If you divulge a piece of secret or private information, you tell it to someone.
Officials refuse to divulge details of the negotiations.
Definition of divulge from the Collins English Dictionary
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