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exposure

US [ɪkˈspoʊʒər]
UK [ɪkˈspəʊʒə(r)]
  • n.暴露;显露;揭露;面临
  • Web曝光;力宝声;揭发
Plural Form:exposures  
exposure
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n.
有害事物to sth harmful
1.
[u]
~ (to sth)
面临,遭受(危险或不快)the state of being in a place or situation where there is no protection from sth harmful or unpleasant
prolonged exposure to harmful radiation
长时间接触有害辐射
the company's exposure on the foreign exchange markets(= to the risk of making financial losses)
公司面对外汇市场的风险
揭露事实showing truth
2.
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揭露the state of having the true facts about sb/sth told after they have been hidden because they are bad, immoral or illegal
exposure as a liar and a fraud
说谎者和骗子的面目被揭露
the exposure of illegal currency deals
对非法交易货币的揭露
电视、报章等on TV/in newspapers, etc.
3.
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(在电视、报纸等上的)亮相,被报道the fact of being discussed or mentioned on television, in newspapers, etc.
Her new movie has had a lot of exposure in the media.
她的新电影媒体有很多报道。
身体状况medical condition
4.
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挨冻;受寒a medical condition caused by being out in very cold weather for too long without protection
Two climbers were brought in suffering from exposure.
两名登山者因冻僵被带了进来。
照相机胶片film in camera
5.
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(照一张照片的)软片,底片,胶片a length of film in a camera that is used to take a photograph
There are three exposures left on this roll of film.
这卷胶卷还有三张没拍。
6.
[c]
曝光时间the length of time for which light is allowed to reach the film when taking a photograph
I used a long exposure for this one.
我这张照片用的曝光时间长。
使暴露showing sth hidden
7.
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暴露;显露the act of showing sth that is usually hidden

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