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Translation of "expose" - English-Turkish dictionary

expose

verb [T]     /ɪkˈspəʊz/
HIDDEN THING
to remove what is covering something so that it can be seen açığa/meydana çıkarmak Our bodies need to be exposed to sunlight in order to make vitamin D.Showing and demonstrating
BAD THING
B2 to make public something bad or something that is not honest foyasını ortaya dökmek, açığa vurmak, ortaya çıkarmak The review exposed widespread corruption in the police force.Revealing secrets and becoming known
be exposed to sth
B2 to experience something or be affected by something because you are in a particular situation or place maruz kalmak, etkilenmek It was the first time I'd been exposed to violence.Experiencing and suffering
PHOTOGRAPHY
to allow light to reach a piece of camera film in order to produce a photograph ışığa tutmak Photography
(Definition of expose from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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