leakverb

  • ja〔情報が〕漏れる、リークされる
  • ento disclose secret or private information, especially without permission

Examples

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Mute
1.
How dare you, sir!
2.
Do you really think we would leak information on purpose?
3.
No, we think you're dumb dumbs and you did it by accident.
4.
Oh, well, that's very possible.
5.
Yeah, I could see that.
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Mute
1.
How shall I make my return?
2.
You should begin with a discreet appearance in the Vatican Gardens.
3.
A visit to the sisters of the convent of Santa Teresa, perhaps.
4.
Someone is bound to see you.
5.
Rumors will start flying.
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I will steal a photo of you, blurry, from a distance, which I will then leak to the media.
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Mute
1.
Lieutenant Miller from Internal Affairs is here.
2.
He's taken over my office.
3.
Apparently, someone has been leaking classified information to a criminal syndicate.
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The entire squad is under investigation.
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Mute
1.
We have a criminal emergency in our hands.
2.
Someone planted a gateway drug in the community garden.
3.
Okay, call the cops.
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That'll leak to the press, then there'll be an investigation,
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and they'll find my fingerprints on the manure, and then we'll lose our funding.
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Mute
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What if one of us leaked your real age to the print media?
2.
You wouldn't.
3.
You don't know me, bitch.
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Mute
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We have reason to believe someone on the team is leaking information about the inquiry.
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And you reckon I've got something to do with it.
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Mute
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See, this is the type of thing that you should be whistleblowing.
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That's a great idea.
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We should leak this.
4.
The fallout would be huge!
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Top executives could get fired, and then we could fill those spots.