- IPA: /daɪˈvʌldʒ/, /dɪˈvʌldʒ/
divulge (divulges, present participle divulging; past and past participle divulged)
- (transitive) To make public or known; to communicate to the public; to tell (information, especially a secret) so that it may become generally known
- I will never divulge that secret to anyone.
- 2016, December 8, The Economist, The president-elect's EPA head may not believe in climate change ↗''
- In an interview with The Economist last year, he insisted his attack on the CPP had nothing to do with his views on global warming, which he would not divulge.
- 1910, Stephen Leacock, Literary Lapses, "How to Avoid Getting Married"
- Here then is a letter from a young man whose name I must not reveal, but whom I will designate as D. F., and whose address I must not divulge, but will simply indicate as Q. Street, West.
- Synonyms: disclose
- To indicate publicly; to proclaim.
- 1671, John Milton, “Book the Third”, in Paradise Regain’d. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is Added, Samson Agonistes, London: Printed by J. M[acock] for John Starkey […], OCLC 228732398 ↗:
- God... marks The just man, and divulges him through heaven.
- bewray, bring out, uncover, disclose, discover, expose, give away, impart, let on, let out, reveal; see also Thesaurus:divulge
- French: divulguer, rendre public, ébruiter
- German: verbreiten, bekanntmachen, enthüllen
- Italian: divulgare
- Portuguese: divulgar
- Russian: разглаша́ть