time exposure


Definition of time exposure

: exposure of a photographic film for a definite time usually of more than one half second also : a photograph taken by such exposure

Examples of time exposure in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web No specific symptoms were listed, but according to Mayo Clinic, an anaphylactoid reaction can occur following a first-time exposure to a substance in non-sensitised patients. Sarah Midkiff, refinery29.com, "Two People Had Severe Allergic Reactions To The COVID Vaccine — Here’s What That Really Means," 10 Dec. 2020 The policy only applies to teachers who had a one-time exposure. Arika Herron, The Indianapolis Star, "'Exhausted and broken': Coronavirus quarantines lead to severe shortages of teachers, subs," 20 Nov. 2020 With the advent of better, cheaper, faster, and more mobile technologies for capturing our faces, the time exposure of a whole generation was about to become a great deal more achievable. Jessica Helfand, Scientific American, "Darwin, Expression, and the Lasting Legacy of Eugenics," 13 Aug. 2020 Columbia Business School is the only world-class, Ivy League business school that delivers a learning experience where academic excellence meets with real-time exposure to the pulse of global business. Time Staff, Time, "TIME and Columbia Business School Partner to Launch a Series of Business Classes for Professional Development During Uncertain Economic Times," 18 June 2020 For some, these will be occasions for nostalgia; for others, the films offer first-time exposure to pictures from a series of political and cultural revolutions. Michael Phillips, chicagotribune.com, "Sunday at Facets: An open-house tribute to the late Milos Stehlik, featuring Marlene Dietrich, the Czech New Wave, Errol Morris — and Chicago on screen," 5 Dec. 2019 But does that mean a one-time exposure is worrying? Korin Miller, SELF, "What to Do if You Think You’ve Been Exposed to Asbestos," 20 July 2018 The Raiders are coming off a disappointing season, but that didn't deter the NFL from giving them good prime-time exposure for the second year in a row. Noel Harris, sacbee, "Why the Raiders will have prime-time exposure despite a losing record | The Sacramento Bee," 19 Apr. 2018 But does that mean a one-time exposure is worrying? Korin Miller, SELF, "What to Do if You Think You’ve Been Exposed to Asbestos," 20 July 2018

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First Known Use of time exposure

1893, in the meaning defined above

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17 Dec 2020

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“Time exposure.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/time%20exposure. Accessed 16 Jan. 2021.

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