expose


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01. When Sam lifted up the rock at the beach, he [exposed] many different kinds of sea animals living underneath.
02. The documentary [exposed] political corruption.
03. If you [expose] your film to light, it will ruin it.
04. The old man was arrested by police for [exposing] himself to little children at a playground.
05. Many people were [exposed] to radiation after the accident at the nuclear power plant.
06. Her appearance in the movie has given her the needed [exposure] to really get her career going.
07. I accidentally [exposed] my film when I dropped my camera, and it fell open.
08. She rarely smiles because she is shy about [exposing] her crooked teeth.
09. [Exposure] to a foreign language at an early age can help in the acquisition of that language later on in life.
10. After moving to the big city, Carlos was [exposed] to crime and poverty that he had never experienced in the countryside.
11. As everybody knows, vampires die if they are [exposed] to sunlight.
12. There is a Creole proverb which states that the higher the monkey climbs, the more it is [exposed] to danger.
13. A new study shows that teens [exposed] to greater amounts of video-game violence see the world as a more hostile place.
14. If you are [exposed] to sunshine without the protection of the ozone, it may cause skin cancer.
15. Studies show that constant [exposure] to media content normalizes violence, with the result that children come to believe that society is violent.
16. Thomas Jefferson once said, "I would rather be [exposed] to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than those attending too small a degree of it."
17. Wine comes in dark colored bottles because it will spoil if [exposed] to light.
18. According to a 1984 study, the average American consumer is [exposed] to 1,600 ads a day.
19. The soil was washed away, [exposing] bare rock.
20. Studies show that children who are [exposed] to tobacco smoke in the home have more ear infections, and other health problems.
21. [Exposure] to too much sun can harm the skin.
22. The main environmental threat to human health in many cities today is from [exposure] to air pollution.
23. About 500 non-smokers die from lung cancer in British Columbia each year due to [exposure] to second-hand smoke.
24. Four centuries of Spanish, Austrian, French, and Dutch rule have [exposed] Belgium to many cultural influences.
25. Psychologists have observed that most of the process of forgetting occurs soon after initial [exposure].
26. Repeated [exposure] to individuals in a stereotyped group has been show to result in a reduction in prejudice.
27. He wrote an explosive report which [exposes] corruption at the highest level of government.
28. We should get film with 36 [exposures], so we can take lots of pictures.
29. The rate at which erosion of a sea cliff occurs depends on the durability of the rock and the degree to which the coast is [exposed] to attack by ocean waves.
30. Millions of children the world over are [exposed] to second-hand smoke.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Exposé — Exposé …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • exposé — [ ɛkspoze ] n. m. • 1638; de exposer 1 ♦ UN EXPOSÉ DE : développement par lequel on expose (un ensemble de faits, d idées). ⇒ analyse, compte (rendu), description, énoncé, narration, rapport, récit. Faire un exposé complet de la situation. Exposé …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • exposé — exposé, ée 1. (èk spô zé, zée) part. passé. 1°   Mis devant les yeux. Des tableaux exposés à la vue du public. •   Ces morceaux faits sont exposés au public pendant plusieurs jours, DIDEROT Salon de 1767, Oeuvres, t. XV, p. 155, dans POUGENS..… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Expose — Ex*pose , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Exposed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Exposing}.] [F. exposer; pref. ex (L. ex out)+poser to place. See {Pose}, v. t.] 1. To set forth; to set out to public view; to exhibit; to show; to display; as, to expose goods for sale;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Expose — Exposé Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Expose — Exposé bezeichnet: in der Architektur eine Bauprojektdarstellung, siehe Exposé (Immobilien) in der Literatur einen Entwurf, eine Disposition oder ein Konzept, siehe Exposé (Literatur) im Umfeld des Rechnerbetriebssystems Mac OS X eine Funktion… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • expose — ex·pose vt ex·posed, ex·pos·ing 1: to subject to risk from a harmful action or condition: as a: to make (one) open to liability or financial loss b: to leave (a child) uncared for and lacking shelter from the elements 2: to cause to be visible or …   Law dictionary

  • Exposé — bezeichnet: in der Architektur eine Bauprojektdarstellung, siehe Exposé (Immobilien) in der Literatur einen Entwurf, eine Disposition oder ein Konzept, siehe Exposé (Literatur) im Film den Grundriss der Handlung, siehe Drehbuch im Umfeld des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Exposé — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término Exposé puede hacer referencia a: Exposé, el capítulo 3x14 de la serie Lost. Exposé, el gestor de ventanas de Mac OS X. Exposé, la película de 1998 dirigida por Daphna Edwards. Exposé, Marca de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Exposé — Sn Übersicht, Plan, Entwurf, Bericht per. Wortschatz fach. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. exposé m., einer Substantivierung des PPrät. von frz. exposer darlegen, auslegen , dieses aus l. expōnere (expositum), zu l. pōnere legen, setzen,… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache


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