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Is the expression "Full disclosure" used both good and bad situation? Is it a common expression? How is it different from "Actually"?

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Rebecca

Yes, "full disclosure" is sometimes used as an expression to indicate that someone will share a bit of honest information with you, which may be both good or bad. It has a similar effect to "actually," but "actually" is often used to correct misinformation or a misunderstanding, and "full disclosure" is not. Ex: Full disclosure: I'm very social but I'm often late to appointments. Ex: Actually, I wasn't born in January. I'm a March baby.

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