to give someone information, especially about something secret 泄露; 透露〔祕密〕
Staff may not divulge confidential information . 員工不能泄露機密資料。
divulge sth to sb
Do not divulge the conclusions of the report to anyone . 不要向任何人泄露這份報告的結論。
divulge what/where etc
Adams refused to divulge what he had done with the money . 亞當斯拒絕透露他是如何處理那筆錢的。
divulge your sources (=say who told you) 泄露消息的來源
32. She will not say what the item is, claimingthat she won't divulge the secret of a valuable or importantitem to people she does
not know and can ______ be expected to trust.
(A) hardly (B) merely (C) simply (D) almost (E) easily
B. For eachsentence, pleasechoose one underlinedpartthatcontainsfaultyEnglish.