Definitions for disclosuredɪˈskloʊ ʒər
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disclosure, revelation, revealing(noun)
the speech act of making something evident
The act of revealing something.
Origin: From dis-+clausus, literally away+enclosed.
the act of disclosing, uncovering, or revealing; bringing to light; exposure
that which is disclosed or revealed
Origin: [See Disclose, v. t., and cf. Closure.]
Disclosure is a 1994 thriller directed by Barry Levinson, starring Michael Douglas and Demi Moore. It is based on Michael Crichton's novel of the same name. The cast also includes Donald Sutherland, Rosemary Forsyth and Dennis Miller. As in so many of Levinson's films from Diner to Liberty Heights, Ralph Tabakin appears, this time as an Elevator Attendant. The film is a combination mystery and thriller about office politics and intrigue in the computer industry in the mid-1990s. The main focus of the story, from which the film and book take their titles, is the issue of sexual harassment. The film invites viewers to critically examine topics such as the ease with which allegations of sexual harassment can destroy one's career and whether a double standard exists when such allegations are levied by men or women.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Revealing of information, by oral or written communication.
British National Corpus
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Translations for disclosure
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- revelación, destapeSpanish
- paljastus, paljastaminenFinnish
- propagation, publication, divulgation, révélationFrench
- foillseachadhScottish Gaelic
- ujawnienie, wyjawieniePolish
- revelação, exposiçãoPortuguese
- разглашение, разоблачение, раскрытиеRussian
- razotkrivanje, otkrovenjeSerbo-Croatian
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