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disclosure

noun
 
 
/dɪsˈkləʊʒər/
[C or U] ( also financial disclosure) FINANCE a private financial record that a person or company must show to the government, investors, banks, etc. for business purposes, or the fact of making this record available: Her financial disclosure describes her work for the company as "consulting/media/public relations." Disclosure of sales and operating profit has confirmed the company's growth within the electronics sector.
[U] INSURANCE the act of making information available to an insurance company when you get insurance or make a claim (= ask for a payment), especially personal information about your health, age, etc.: Insurers may request the disclosure of existing genetic test results.
[C or U] LAW private, personal, or secret information that you must tell to someone such as a court judge, the police, or a government organization, or the duty to give them this information: The FDA requires pharmaceutical companies to provide full disclosure about the risks of their drug products.
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Translations of “disclosure”
in Chinese (Traditional) 公開, 被公佈的事實…
in Russian раскрытие, предание гласности…
in Turkish ifşaat, açığa vurma, açıklama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公开, 被公布的事实…
in Polish wyjawienie, ujawnienie…
(Definition of disclosure from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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