Significado de “exposure” - en el Diccionario Inglés

exposure en inglés británico

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uk /ɪkˈspəʊ.ʒər/ us /ɪkˈspoʊ.ʒɚ/

exposure noun (ATTENTION)

[ U ] the fact of an event or information being often discussed in newspapers and on the television, etc.:

His last movie got so much exposure in the press.

exposure noun (DIRECTION)

[ S ] the direction in which something faces:

Our dining room has a northern exposure (= faces north), so it's rather cold.

(Definición de exposure del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

exposure en inglés americano

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us /ɪkˈspoʊ·ʒər/

exposure noun (HARMFUL CONDITION)

[ U ] a situation or condition that makes someone likely to be harmed, esp. because the person has not been protected from something dangerous:

A federal court jury found the workers had been harmed by prolonged exposure to asbestos fibers.
Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight.

[ U ] Exposure is also a serious medical condition that is caused by being outside without protection from the weather.

exposure noun (OPPORTUNITY)

[ U ] the conditions that make available an opportunity to learn or experience new things:

Additional exposure to the Japanese language was provided at meals.
Students deserve exposure to creative teachers.

exposure noun (PUBLIC ATTENTION)

[ U ] the attention given to someone or something by television, newspapers, magazines, etc.:

More races means more exposure for the team.
He gained wide exposure in both the print and sound media.

exposure noun (MAKE PUBLIC)

[ U ] the act of stating facts publicly that show that someone is dishonest or dangerous:

Party officials have succeeded in keeping a lid on exposure of the senator’s misdeeds.

exposure noun (DIRECTION)

[ C usually sing ] the condition of facing in (a stated direction):

[ C ] Our dining room has a southern exposure, so we get plenty of sun.

exposure noun (PHOTOGRAPH)

[ C ] one of the positions in a strip of film that can produce a photograph:

Get a roll of film with 36 exposures.

(Definición de exposure del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exposure en inglés de negocios

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uk /ɪkˈspəʊʒər/ us

[ C or U ] FINANCE the risk of losing money, for example through a loan or investment, or the amount of money that might be lost:

exposure to sth The bank had relatively little exposure to subprime mortgages, which are issued to people with weak credit histories.
If they do walk away from the deal their total exposure is around £40 million.

[ U ] the state of possibly being affected by something such as a substance or influence:

exposure to sth The city's youths need more exposure to positive role models.

[ U ] MARKETING the amount of public attention that someone or something, especially an advertisement or product, receives:

The overall winner is guaranteed lots of media exposure.
get/gain exposure The product is being advertised to bloggers with the hope of getting more exposure.

[ U ] FINANCE the act of investing in something:

exposure to sth Her clients wanted more exposure to the energy and real estate sectors.

(Definición de exposure del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)