- [dai'vʌldʒ, di-]
- vt. 泄露；暴露
- 1.The boy promised not to divulge the whereabouts of the hiding place.
- 2.He refused to divulge any information regarding the man's whereabouts.
- 3.Although not keen to divulge details, he said he covers a few current issues including a track on gun crime among teenagers.
- 1.make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was mean
- 泄漏,揭穿; 泄露; 泄密; 泄露，透露;
- divulge secrets
- divulge information
- divulge leak out filter
- divulge state secrets