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- (transitive) To announce (some information) generally.
- The decision was made known when it appeared on the evening news.
- 1960 December, “Talking of Trains: Tube trains from Derby”, in Trains Illustrated, page 706:
- This was announced in October when details of a £4 million order for car bodies and bogies to complete the Central and Piccadilly Line's rolling stock renewal programmes with 619 more "1959 Stock" cars were made known.
- (transitive) To disclose (a secret).
- I wouldn't make this known to anyone else, if I were you.
- (announce): declare, proclaim; See also Thesaurus:announce
- (disclose): reveal, spill one's guts, unfold; See also Thesaurus:divulge
to announce generally
to disclose a secret
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