|Origin:||desclore, from Medieval Latin disclaudere 'to open'|
dis‧close [transitive] formal
to make something publicly known, especially after it has been kept secret [= reveal]:
Some companies have already voluntarily disclosed similar information.
He refused to disclose the identity of the politician.
It was disclosed that £3.5 million was needed to modernize the building.
to show something by removing the thing that covers it [= reveal]