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    Default withdraw vs. disclose

    Are to withhold and to disclose exactly contraries?
    Can I use them in senteneces like to withhold/disclose personal information?
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    Default Re: withdraw vs. disclose

    Oooopsss....I meant withhold not withdraw....

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    Default Re: withdraw vs. disclose

    Quote Originally Posted by Englishlanguage View Post
    Are to withhold and to disclose exactly contraries?
    Can I use them in sentences like to withhold/disclose personal information?

    Yes, that's fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Yes, that's fine.
    thank you...

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