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Synonyms for expose

make vulnerable

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expose someone to something

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  • introduce to
  • acquaint with
  • bring into contact with
  • familiarize with
  • make familiar with
  • make conversant with

expose yourself

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  • show your genitals
  • flash
  • display your genitals

Synonyms for expose

to lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious

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to make a public and usually ostentatious show of

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

Synonyms for expose

the exposure of an impostor or a fraud

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expose or make accessible to some action or influence

remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body

disclose to view as by removing a cover

put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position

expose to light, of photographic film

abandon by leaving out in the open air

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The indirect causes of infant mortality consist of social, economic and environmental factors that cause infants to be more exposable and sensitive to direct causes.
Masculinity may be so thoroughly structured and ordered by the life course, that its political and analytic (beyond and outside its ethnographic) anchoring in "men" or "adults" or "sexuality" becomes both unstable and exposable as centrist, a-cultural and a-historical: revealing late 20th century political ontologies.
And before you ask, links can be contrived and faked, but peer-reviewed, published articles, cited by peer-reviewed, published articles, cannot--or cannot be without forging journals, another thing that is readily detectable and immediately exposable, therefore definitely not worth the risk.
The article comprises an absorbent chassis, a first barrier panel and an exposable skin-friendly adhesive.
into treatment and control groups) "potentially exposable to any one of the causes," then averaging the various hypothetical counterfactual effects, and finally subtracting the average treatment effects from the average control effects to calculate the average causal effect of some "cause.