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    ex·pose
    [ikˈspōz]
    verb
    expose (verb) · exposes (third person present) · exposed (past tense) · exposed (past participle) · exposing (present participle)
    1. make (something) visible by uncovering it:
      "at low tide the sands are exposed"
      • (expose someone to)
        cause someone to be vulnerable or at risk:
        "many newcomers are exposing themselves to injury"
      • (expose someone to)
        introduce someone to (a subject or area of knowledge):
        "students were exposed to statistics in high school"
      • (expose oneself)
        publicly and indecently display one's genitals:
        "police are investigating reports a man exposed himself to a teenage girl"
      • (mainly in historical contexts) leave (a child) in the open to die.
    2. reveal the true, objectionable nature of (someone or something):
      "he has been exposed as a liar and a traitor"
      • make (something embarrassing or damaging) public:
        "investigations exposed a vast network of illegalities"
    3. subject (photographic film) to light when operating a camera:
      "thousands of miles of film were exposed for holiday snaps"
    Origin
    late Middle English: from Old French exposer, from Latin exponere (see expound), but influenced by Latin expositus ‘put or set out’ and Old French poser ‘to place’.
    ex·po·sé
    [ˌekspōˈzā]
    noun
    exposé (noun) · exposés (plural noun)
    1. a report of the facts about something, especially a journalistic report that reveals something scandalous:
      "a shocking exposé of a medical cover-up"
    Origin
    early 19th century: from French, ‘shown, set out’, past participle of exposer (see expose).
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    verb
    1. make (something) visible by uncovering it:
      lay bare
      leave unprotected
      Opposite:
    2. reveal the true, objectionable nature of (someone or something):
      noun
      1. a report of the facts about something, especially a journalistic report that reveals something scandalous:
        Opposite:
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      What is the verb for expose?A publication of investigative journalism that reveals hidden and often scandalous truths. A formal recital or exposition. Past participle of verb exposer (to expose ). exposé (feminine exposée, masculine plural exposés, feminine plural exposées) exposé m (plural exposés)
      What does exposed mean?Great care is taken to turn them round daily, so that every part shall be equally exposed to sunshine. He hesitated, and his glance fell on a collection of foreign stamps exposed in the window. Exposed definition: left or being without shelter or protection. See examples of EXPOSED used in a sentence.
      Where does the word exposer come from?From Middle French exposer (“to lay open, set forth”), from Latin expōnō (“set forth”), with contamination from poser (“to lay, place”). The Latin term is also the origin of English expound, via Old French espondre (“to set forth, explain”). She tucked the spot into her jeans, trying not to expose her tears.
      What does over-exposed mean?over-exposed Many of the show's paintings give the impression of over-exposed photographs (= in which too much light was allowed to reach the film). Police forced tourists who had photographed the incident to expose their film. If a man exposes himself, he shows his sexual organs in a public place to people he does not know.
       
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