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Translation of "expose" - English-Spanish dictionary

expose

verb   /ɪkˈspəʊz/ ( present participle exposing, past tense and past participle exposed)
to show something by removing its cover descubrir He removed the bandage to expose the wound.
be exposed to something
to experience something or be affected by something estar expuesto a algo It was the first time I’d been exposed to violence.
(Definition of expose from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

expose

verb /ikˈspəuz/
to uncover; to leave unprotected from (eg weather, danger, observation etc) exponer Paintings should not be exposed to direct sunlight Don’t expose children to danger.
to discover and make known (eg criminals or their activities) revelar, descubrir It was a newspaper that exposed his spying activities.
by releasing the camera shutter, to allow light to fall on (a photographic film). exponer
exposé /ekˈspouzei; American ˌekspouˈzei/ noun
a story in a newspaper or on television that tells the truth about a situation, especially if it involves something dishonest or shocking revelación ,exposición an exposé of corruption within the police force.
exposed /ikˈspouzd/ adjective
not protected from the weather descubierto, expuesto an exposed position high up the mountain.
not protected from attack desprotegido,expuesto The troops crossing the bridge felt very exposed.
exposure /-ʒə/ noun
(an) act of exposing or state of being exposed exposición Prolonged exposure of the skin to hot sun can be harmful.
one frame of a photographic film etc (tiempo de) exposición I have two exposures left.
(Definition of expose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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