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exposure

noun
 
 
/ɪkˈspəʊʒər/
EXPERIENCING [U] when someone experiences something or is affected by it because they are in a particular situation or place
styczność, kontakt, ekspozycja
There is a risk of exposure to radiation. Many young children now have exposure to computers in the home.Experiencing and suffering
MAKING PUBLIC [C, U] when something bad that you have done is made public
zdemaskowanie, ujawnienie
She was threatened with exposure by a journalist.Revealing secrets and becoming known
MEDICAL [U] a serious medical condition that is caused by being outside in very cold weather
wychłodzenie organizmu
ColdSnow and ice
PHOTOGRAPH [C] a single photograph on a piece of film
klatka
This film has 24 exposures.Photography
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