/ dIs5klEUz; dIs`kloz/ v (fml 文) (a) [Tn, Dn.pr] ~ sth (to sb) allow sth to be seen 使某物显露: He opened the box, disclosing the contents (to the audience). 他打开盒子, 露出里面的东西(给观众看). (b) [Tn, Tf, Tw, Dn.pr, Dpr.f, Dpr.w] ~sth (to sb) make sth known 公开某事; 透露某事: refuse to disclose one's name and address 拒绝透露自己的姓名地址 * The Government disclosed that another diplomat has been arrested for spying. 政府透露, 又有一名外交官因间谍罪被捕. * She wouldn't disclose her friend's whereabouts to the police. 她不愿把她朋友的下落告诉警方.
> disclosure / dIs5klEUVE(r); dIs`kloVL/ n (a) [U] making sth known 公开; 透露: the magazine's disclosure of defence secrets 该杂志对防务内幕的透露. (b) [C] thing, esp a secret, that is made known 被公开的事情; (尤指)被透露的秘闻: startling disclosures of police brutality 揭发警察暴行的惊人消息.