Definition of overexpose
- overexpose film
- an overexposed photograph
It is harmful to overexpose your skin to the sun's rays.
He has been overexposed by the media.
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: to leave (something) without covering or protection for too long
: to let too much light fall on (film in a camera) when you are taking a photograph
: to give too much public attention or notice to (someone or something)
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