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expose

US [ɪkˈspoʊz]
UK [ɪkˈspəʊz]
  • v.暴露;揭露;曝光;揭穿
  • Web公开;使暴露;揭发
Simple Present:exposes  Present Participle:exposing  Past Tense:exposed  
expose
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v.
使显露show sth hidden
1.
暴露;显露;露出to show sth that is usually hidden
He smiled suddenly, exposing a set of amazingly white teeth.
他突然一笑,露出一口雪白的牙齿。
Miles of sand are exposed at low tide.
在低潮时数英里的沙滩就会显现出来。
My job as a journalist is to expose the truth.
我作为记者的职责就是揭露真相。
He did not want to expose his fears and insecurity to anyone.
他不想向任何人显露他的恐惧与不安。
揭露事实show truth
2.
~ sb/sth (as sth)
揭露;揭穿to tell the true facts about a person or a situation, and show them/it to be immoral, illegal, etc.
She was exposed as a liar and a fraud.
她说谎和欺骗的面目被揭穿了。
He threatened to expose the racism that existed within the police force.
他扬言要把警队内部存在的种族歧视公之于众。
有害事物to sth harmful
3.
~ sb/sth/yourself (to sth)
使面临,使遭受(危险或不快)to put sb/sth in a place or situation where they are not protected from sth harmful or unpleasant
to expose yourself to ridicule
让自己受到嘲笑
Do not expose babies to strong sunlight.
不要让婴孩受到强烈的阳光照射。
给予经验give experience
4.
~ sb to sth
使接触;使体验to let sb find out about sth by giving them experience of it or showing them what it is like
We want to expose the kids to as much art and culture as possible.
我们想让孩子们尽量受到艺术和文化熏陶。
照相机胶片film in camera
5.
~ sth
曝光to allow light onto the film inside a camera when taking a photograph
自己yourself
6.
~ yourself
当众露阴茎a man whoexposes himself, shows his sexual organs in public in a way that is offensive to other people

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