pos＝to place,to put（置,放）
1 [U] action of exposing or state of being exposed 显露; 暴露; 揭露; 揭发; 曝光
*Exposure of the body to strong sunlight can be harmful. 身体受烈日曝晒会造成损伤.
* The baby died of exposure, ie as a result of being exposed to the weather. 那婴儿因曝露于室外而夭折.
* the exposure of his ignorance 他的无知的暴露
* The exposure of the plot against the President probably saved his life. 揭发了反总统的阴谋可能救了他一命.
* the exposure of photographic film to light 摄影软片的曝光.
2 [C] instance of exposing or being exposed (expose 2b) 揭露; 揭穿; 揭发; 揭破
*As a result of these exposures (ie facts being made known to the public) several ministers resigned from the government. 这些问题揭发後, 有几个大臣辞职了.
3 action of exposing a film etc to the light （软片等的）曝光
* An exposure of one-hundredth of a second will be enough, ie Exposing the film for that length of time will make a good picture. 曝光百分之一秒就够了.
* How many exposures have you got left? ie How many pictures remain on the camera film? 还剩下多少张底片没照?
4 [U] publicity (on television, innewspapers, etc) （电视、报纸等上的）宣传
*Her new filmhas had a lot of exposure on television recently. 她的新影片最近在电视上做了大量宣传.
1【to danger】2【truth】3【public attention】4【experience】5【be very cold】6【photography】7【show】8【business】9【direction】
when someone is in a situation where they are not protected from something dangerous or unpleasantexposure to Prolonged exposure to the sun can cause skin cancer.【TRUTH】[U]
the action of showing the truth about someone or something, especially when it is badexposure of the exposure of his underground political activityexposure as her fear of exposure as a spy【PUBLIC ATTENTION】[U]
the attention that someone or something gets from newspapers, television etc
= publicity The failure of their marriage has got a lot of exposure recently.【EXPERIENCE】 [singular, U]
the chance to experience new ideas, ways of life etcexposure to The visit to Germany gave them exposure to the language. her brief exposure to pop stardom【BE VERY COLD】[U]
the harmful effects on your body of being outside in very cold weather without protection We nearly died of exposure on the mountainside.【PHOTOGRAPHY】[C]a)
a length of film in a camera that is used to take a photograph I have three exposures left on this roll.b)
the amount of time that light is allowed to enter the camera when taking a photograph【SHOW】[C]
the act of showing something that is usually hidden【BUSINESS】 [U and C]
the amount of financial risk that a company or person has【DIRECTION】 [singular]
the direction in which a building, hill etc faces My bedroom has a southern exposure.
1. The best part of the job was her constant exposure to books. 她这个工作的最大优点是能经常接触书本。
2. A typical candidate for a prenuptial agreement is a man who has accumulated considerable wealth, has already been stung once, and wants to reduce his exposure to future problems. 典型的欲签立婚前协议的人是那些积存了大量财富的男性，他们曾吃过苦头，因而想减少自己日后的麻烦。