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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

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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

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We are concerned here with the broader question of whether any type of experiment that intentionally exposes human subjects to pesticides can meet scientific and ethical standards.
One might argue that the benefits must be at least as great as the potential benefits of research that exposes healthy subjects to an equivalent amount of risk, such as Phase I clinical trials of new pharmaceuticals.
Imaging scientists need to balance two factors: the thicker the fluorescent layer, the more light is emitted, which exposes the film faster and more effectively.
Most significantly, by using an intensifying screen, Putin was able to create the image with an exposure of only several seconds--a far shorter exposure than would have been required to expose the film using direct x-rays.
The purpose of this article is to describe a fast and safe technique to expose the geniculate ganglion and the labyrinthine portion of the facial nerve in two structures of the middle ear: the cochleariform process and the tympanic portion of the facial nerve.
It's the same thing: young girls near a school, follows in a car, tries to make contact and exposes himself.
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.
The same company also was recruiting in mid-2001 for other studies: one that exposes people to elevated temperatures to test effects on skin circulation, another that exposes people with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to air pollutants, and a third that tests the effects of the pesticide permethrin on dust mite allergy and concurrent asthma symptoms.
Yet, despite realizing that DES exposes the fetus to an unintended flood of estrogen, scientists have remained at a loss to explain exactly how the compound brings about its tragic effects.
This broad alteration system is interpreted to be near the top of the epithermal system whereas the bonanza vein to the south exposes the productive level of the system.
Philip Morris' attempt to pressure Florida to stop airing its highly successful 'truth' anti-smoking advertisements exposes the company's hypocrisy and duplicity in claiming that it does not want kids to smoke.