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Russian translation of “exposure”

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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
подвергание воздействию
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
разоблачение
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
переохлаждение
ColdSnow and ice
PHOTOGRAPH [C] a single photograph on a piece of film
кадр
This film has 24 exposures.Photography
Translations of “exposure”
in Chinese (Traditional) 經受, 接觸, 面臨…
in Turkish karşı karşıya kalma, maruz kalma, ortaya çıkarma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经受, 接触, 面临…
in Polish styczność, kontakt, ekspozycja…
(Definition of exposure from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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