expose


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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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Related Words

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

References in periodicals archive ?
Today, as a result, dental offices that use a green-emitting screen system expose their patients to one-half the radiation as those that continue to use the older "blue" screen systems (Fig.
The radiation that passes through the object strikes the phosphor layers of the screen, causing them to fluoresce, which in turn exposes the film.
However, in a situation where a building owner employs a permanent maintenance staff whose duties would regularly expose them to lead, the building owner would probably be deemed an employer.
Blue Security discovered that Internet users utilizing P2P networks to share music, games, DVDs and other files unwittingly expose and accidentally share Outlook and Outlook Express data files containing e-mail addresses and other contact information of friends and colleagues, as well as e-mail messages, meetings, tasks and notes.
NET helps organizations securely expose their services, and more importantly, to drive partner adoption of these services to speed time-to-value.
It's the same thing: young girls near a school, follows in a car, tries to make contact and exposes himself.
The security, and ease of use of the services they expose will determine how successful they can be in becoming an essential part of their partners' business processes.
One can take advantage of the fact that people expose themselves to pesticides to design experiments that measure the effects of pesticides on human beings.
By recruiting minors for online viral advertising campaigns, marketers sometimes expose them and their friends to sexually explicit information, age inappropriate language, and sexual images.
The idea is to bury the pipes deep enough that future storm runoff won't erode the riverbed enough to expose them again.
This development will expose Xfone to the European financial market and enable easier and more efficient trading in the stock during working hours in Europe.
Further assays are expected on the same vein system, with the new samples taken after the top several meters of the vein system were blasted to expose fresh material.
When the use of the circle and slash is combined with the passages of the Bible, it exposes homosexuals to detestation, vilification, and disgrace," Barclay said.
If she takes psychoactive medication while continuing to breastfeed, she stands a good chance of feeling better, but she also exposes her baby to potentially harmful amounts of the drug.