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divulgate

(dɪˈvʌlɡeɪt)
vb
(tr) archaic to make publicly known
[C16: from Latin dīvulgāre; see divulge]
diˈvulgator, diˈvulgater n
ˌdivulˈgation n

divulgate

- If something is divulgate, it is published.
See also related terms for published.

divulgate


Past participle: divulgated
Gerund: divulgating

Imperative
divulgate
divulgate
Present
I divulgate
you divulgate
he/she/it divulgates
we divulgate
you divulgate
they divulgate
Preterite
I divulgated
you divulgated
he/she/it divulgated
we divulgated
you divulgated
they divulgated
Present Continuous
I am divulgating
you are divulgating
he/she/it is divulgating
we are divulgating
you are divulgating
they are divulgating
Present Perfect
I have divulgated
you have divulgated
he/she/it has divulgated
we have divulgated
you have divulgated
they have divulgated
Past Continuous
I was divulgating
you were divulgating
he/she/it was divulgating
we were divulgating
you were divulgating
they were divulgating
Past Perfect
I had divulgated
you had divulgated
he/she/it had divulgated
we had divulgated
you had divulgated
they had divulgated
Future
I will divulgate
you will divulgate
he/she/it will divulgate
we will divulgate
you will divulgate
they will divulgate
Future Perfect
I will have divulgated
you will have divulgated
he/she/it will have divulgated
we will have divulgated
you will have divulgated
they will have divulgated
Future Continuous
I will be divulgating
you will be divulgating
he/she/it will be divulgating
we will be divulgating
you will be divulgating
they will be divulgating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been divulgating
you have been divulgating
he/she/it has been divulgating
we have been divulgating
you have been divulgating
they have been divulgating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been divulgating
you will have been divulgating
he/she/it will have been divulgating
we will have been divulgating
you will have been divulgating
they will have been divulgating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been divulgating
you had been divulgating
he/she/it had been divulgating
we had been divulgating
you had been divulgating
they had been divulgating
Conditional
I would divulgate
you would divulgate
he/she/it would divulgate
we would divulgate
you would divulgate
they would divulgate
Past Conditional
I would have divulgated
you would have divulgated
he/she/it would have divulgated
we would have divulgated
you would have divulgated
they would have divulgated
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E' diritto del pubblico essere informato ed e compito dei giornalisti divulgare cio di cui i tribunali si occupano.
divulgare e imporre la contraddizione, lo choc o comunque i prodotti
Di qui la necessita di divulgare sulle pagine di una rivista scientifica questi ragguagli bibliografici, almeno sulle poesie gia note e attribuite al poeta, ossia le ventitre dell'edizione Ghidetti, ricostruendo il quadro della tradizione poetica tarchettiana e mostrando in anteprima--in attesa della prossima pubblicazione dell'edizione critica da noi curata--il restauro di "Memento!".
hoc ne Hermodorus quidem faciebat, is qui Platonis libros solitus est divulgare, ex quo '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].' quid illud?
Tasso cerca di limitare i danni chiedendo a Luca Scalabrino di non divulgare le obiezioni mosse dall'Antoniano, che evidentemente temeva potessero compromettere la pubblicazione del poema, e di attribuire i ritardi nella stampa alla peste.
Il "clinical commentary" di Lebec e Jogodka (6) sottolinea l'utilita di avere un fisioterapista specialista in disturbi muscolo scheletrici all'interno di un Dipartimento di Emergenza, dove spesso si presentano pazienti con questo tipo di disturbi: gli autori riconoscono la congruenza della professionalita del fisioterapista specializzato con la casistica del Pronto Soccorso e affermano la necessita di creare un gruppo di interesse specialistico all'interno dell'associazione professionale, per promuovere e divulgare una competenza di questo tipo.
Sembra sia stata Giuliana Bruno (2002), Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies presso l'Universita di Harvard, a divulgare la definizione di "geografia emozionale".