I keep the ripped side up so that I can remember which side was exposed to the blown sand all day, reminding me to flip it over at night before I lay down to sleep. Switch to new thesaurus, noun. The applicant, at trial, was effectively exposed as a sham. The reporter was exposed as a fraud last year after complaints from staff and readers that some of his stories appeared to be copied from other newspapers. The old Rastafarian who screams in the park was arrested for trying to steal a handbag and for exposing himself in a public place. For example, the Martian polar caps exhibit extensive layers that have been exposed by subsequent erosion.
But there are also other developmental and infrastructural stories that need to be exposed by the media. Expose - put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position endanger, peril, queer, scupper affect, bear upon, impact, bear on, touch on, touch - have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?" compromise - expose or make liable. Expose - to show, make visible or apparent; "The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month "Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts? 1.3 expose oneself Publicly and indecently display one's genitals. To subject, as to the action of something: to expose a photographic plate to light. In the traditional darkroom, a photographer makes a print by projecting light through the original piece of film, which exposes the paper. Yet one striking feature of the BBC expos was how few racists the secret interviewer/agent provocateur managed to expose. Zum Inhalt springen, kostenlos abonnieren und jeden Tag ein neues Fremdwort lernen. This is important as it constantly exposes me to different types of knowledge and perspectives on life.
During our quest for knowledge, we are exposed to a variety of research studies based on different research designs. A flasher has indecently exposed himself to two teenage girls in Broadway as they cycled near a disused railway bridge. Isn't there advantage in exposing the fissures within society itself? Make vulnerable, risk, subject, endanger, hazard, leave open, jeopardize, put at risk, imperil, lay open people exposed to high levels of radiation expose someone to something introduce to, acquaint with, bring into contact with, familiarize with, make familiar with. Reveal, uncover, lay bare, bare, leave unprotected. To lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.: to expose soldiers to gunfire; to expose one's character to attack.
British Dictionary definitions for expose (1 of 2) expose / (kspz) / verb (tr) to display for viewing; exhibit to bring to public notice; disclose; revealto expose the facts to divulge the identity of; unmask (foll by to) to make. Expose - expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas; "The physicist debunked the psychic's claims" debunk blackguard, guy, jest at, laugh at, make fun, poke fun, ridicule, roast, rib - subject to laughter or ridicule;. An inclination to tyranny has seldom been so readily exposed by a public figure. He pressed a button and a door hissed open, exposing a long dark corridor that hardly looked big enough for a grown-up to walk. To disclose in a breach of confidence: betray, blab, divulge, give away, let out, reveal, tell, uncover, unveil.
The wide open grass seemed strange, and they felt exposed and vulnerable after the comfortable shelter of the friendly forest. Either way, this quiz on Spanish words for animals is for you. This is a youth sports programme that provides all children with the opportunity to actively participate in physical education by exposing them to skills and knowledge of individual sports. The children would add information to the projects as they were exposed to new knowledge. Three weeks earlier he exposed himself then indecently assaulted a 17-year-old girl walking in the same area just after 5pm on May. Origin of expos 17951805; French, noun use of past participle of exposer to expose, words that MAY BE confused with expos expose, expos m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc.
It brings a challenge but it exposes you to different business areas. I mainly use the meter setting of 3200 at the camera to expose the film. In each case the offender rode up on a mountain bike and sped off after committing an indecent assault or exposing himself. Losing the vote would not mean the end of his government, but would be an embarrassment and expose the fissures within the 20-party ruling coalition. If you take off your coat and expose your bare arms to the terrible cold, your tattoos might freeze off. Many Americans were first exposed to Breillat's films through Romance, a critically touted but unpopular film. Our mission is to introduce entrepreneurs to the art of effective networking and to expose them to resources that will assist them in attracting new markets.
View synonyms.1often expose someone to, cause someone to be vulnerable or at risk. Expose - remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body; "uncover your belly "The man exposed himself in the subway" uncover unwrap, undo - remove the outer cover or wrapping of; "Let's unwrap the gifts! Quizzes, learn THE spanish words FOR these common animals! Ihre Daten werden nicht zu Werbezwecken an Dritte weitergegeben. To reveal or unmask (a crime, fraud, impostor, etc. Idioms: bring to light, lay open, make plain. Expose - expose or make accessible to some action or influence; "Expose your students to art "expose the blanket to sunshine" subject - cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to; "He subjected me to his awful.
Wenn Sie die Website weiter nutzen, stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies. The entire section was stripped naked, exposing the ship's innards to the cold expanse of space. They do the job because they want to help patients and make a difference to people, often when they are at their most exposed and vulnerable. The low quality fish they dry on sand, exposing it to birds and animals, may not bring them good revenue. A motorist repeatedly blocked the path of a woman after indecently exposing himself to her as she waited for a bus on a busy Richmond road. The dispatches revealed details of corruption and kleptocracy that many Tunisians suspected. When I was four or five years old, my parents decided they'd had enough of the city life and moved into a very rural area about 30 miles from Austin, exposing me to a completely new side of American culture. Following winter storms, cobbles and rocky platforms are exposed, and the sand beach may only partially recover during the low waves of summer.
In the final analysis though, this film too, exposes the darker and more savage aspect of civilized urban society. All of those examples are actions. Just released in the US when I was there were two eye-popping exposs of the industry and its corrupting effect on medical science. Expose - abandon by leaving out in the open air; "The infant was exposed by the teenage mother "After Christmas, many pets get abandoned" desert, desolate, forsake, abandon - leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch;. To make visible; bring to view: bare, disclose, display, reveal, show, unclothe, uncover, unmask, unveil. The big issue is, if she's exposed as a fraud before we get our house keys back, I don't want her to go in a tiff and get them duplicated and such. The problems have largely been of confidence and that has often been exposed at the French Open, where she seems to suffer from the burden of home expectation and has a relatively poor record. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. UK English expose : expose1 expos2 expose1, pronunciation /kspz/ /kspz see synonyms for expose, translate expose into Spanish verb with object 1Make (something) visible by uncovering. At low tide the sands are exposed.