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part (verb)
intransitive
5 : to relinquish possession or control hated to part with that money
[M-W's Col. Dic.]

Is this sentence correct?
I hate to part with this information.

The above sentece suggests that "I" thinks that he/she is the only individual having that information.

Please guide me. Thanks.

Regards
Jackson
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Is this sentence correct? I hate to part with this information.-- Yes

The above sentece suggests that "I" thinks that he/she is the only individual having that information.-- Not necessarily.
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Mister MicawberIs this sentence correct? I hate to part with this information.-- YesThe above sentece suggests that "I" thinks that he/she is the only individual having that information.-- Not necessarily.
G'd Morning and thanks, Mr Micawber.

Yes, you are correct because a secret is almost always shared between at least two individuals. Correct?

Regards
Jackson
I don't know about that, but the person needn't be the only person with the information in order to say 'part with'.
Thank you.

Regards
Jackson
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