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expose /ɪkˈspəʊz $ -ˈspoʊz/ verb [transitive]
expo /ekˈspəʊzeɪ $ ˌekspəˈzeɪ/ noun [countable]


نمایاندن ، روباز گذاردن ، باز کردن جناحها ، باز کردن پوشش ، بی پناه گذاشتن ، بی حفاظ گذاردن ، درمعرض گذاشتن ، نمایش دادن ، افشاءکردن ، علوم مهندسی: در معرض اشعه قرار دادن ، علوم نظامی: در معرض دید قرار گرفتن یا دادن ظاهر شدن یا کردن

: expose (to)

معماری: نمایاندن
expose
[verb]
Synonyms:
- uncover, display, exhibit, present, reveal, show, unveil
- make vulnerable, endanger, imperil, jeopardize, lay open, leave open, subject
Antonyms: shield
Contrasted words: cover, shelter, guard, protect
Related Idioms: put (or leave) in harm's way, lay bare
Related Words: endanger, hazard, imperil, jeopard, jeopardize, jeopardy, peril, risk, unfold, unshroud, advertise, air, broadcast, publish, disclose, reveal, uncover
English Thesaurus: show, flash, let somebody have a look/take a look, reveal, expose, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

expose W3 AC /ɪkˈspəʊz $ -ˈspoʊz/ verb [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: expose; adjective: exposed]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: exposer, from Latin exponere 'to put out, explain', from ponere 'to put']

1. SHOW to show something that is usually covered or hidden:
He lifted his T-shirt to expose a jagged scar across his chest.
expose something to something
Potatoes turn green when exposed to light.

2. TO SOMETHING DANGEROUS to put someone in a situation where they are not protected from something dangerous or unpleasant
expose somebody to something
The report revealed that workers had been exposed to high levels of radiation.
expose yourself to ridicule/criticism etc (=say or do something that may make people laugh at you, criticize you etc)

3. TELL THE TRUTH to show the truth about someone or something, especially when it is bad:
The film exposes the utter horror of war.
The report exposes the weaknesses of modern medical practice.
expose somebody as something
The baron was exposed as a liar and a cheat.

4. SEE/EXPERIENCE to make it possible for someone to experience new ideas, ways of life etc
expose somebody to something
Some children are never exposed to classical music.

5. expose yourself if a man exposes himself, he shows his sexual organs to someone he does not know in a public place, usually because he is mentally ill

6. PHOTOGRAPH to allow light onto a piece of film in a camera in order to take a photograph

7. FEELINGS to show other people feelings that you usually hide, especially when this is not planned:
I’m afraid I might expose my real feelings for him.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

expo /ekˈspəʊzeɪ $ ˌekspəˈzeɪ/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1800-1900; Language: French; Origin: past participle of exposer; expose]
a story in a newspaper or on television that shows the truth about something, especially something dishonest or shocking
exposé of
an exposé of corrupt practices by lawyers

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

expose
verb
I. uncover sth
ADV. completely, fully | briefly | suddenly | deliberately She lifted her chin in a gesture that deliberately exposed the line of her throat.
PREP. to These drawings must not be exposed to the air.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

expose
II. show the truth
ADV. fully | clearly a report which clearly exposes the weakness of the government's economic policy
publicly He was publicly exposed as a liar and a cheat.
cruelly He was outclassed by an Aston Villa side that cruelly exposed his lack of pace.
VERB + EXPOSE threaten to | seek to, try to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

expose
III. to sth harmful
ADV. directly | constantly The general public is constantly exposed to radiation.
regularly
PREP. to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

expose
verb
BAD: His paintings have been exposed in art galleries all over the world.
GOOD: His paintings have been exhibited in art galleries all over the world.

Usage Note:
expose = let something be seen, especially something that is usually hidden: 'He undid his shirt to expose a white hairless chest.'
display/exhibit a work of art: 'The gallery exhibits mainly contemporary sculpture and photography.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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