- a politician seeks a lot of exposure
- died of exposure
- risk exposure to the flu
- minimizes your exposure to market fluctuations
- tried to prevent exposure of their past
- a 3-second exposure
- a room with a southern exposure
- 36 exposures per roll
children's exposure to violence on television
He risks exposure to ridicule by saying such things in public.
The candidates are competing for television exposure.
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: the fact or condition of being affected by something or experiencing something : the condition of being exposed to something
: the act of revealing secrets about someone or something
: public attention and notice
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