- 1Expose too much, especially to the public eye or to risk: many UK banks were overexposed to overseas lending risksMore example sentences
- The dollar pessimists argue that the Asian central banks are already dangerously overexposed both to the dollar and to the U.S. bond market.
- ‘The media overexposes him, and then turns around and asks the question: ‘Is he overexposed?’
- ‘The salmon stock was so overexposed that it's still recovering today,’ said Robillard.
- 1.1 Photography Expose (film or a part of an image) for too long a time: the sunlit background is overexposed [no object]: you’ll need to overexpose by a stop or more to stop whites being reproduced as greyMore example sentences
- You can easily overexpose your film by including too many bursts on one frame, as the fireworks overlap one another.
- One simple filter is a piece of grossly overexposed black-and-white film that has been fully processed.
- He would sometimes overexpose the film for a distinctive look, most prominently in ‘Butch Cassidy.’
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- And then our series of special reports on ‘Selling America’ continues tonight with celebrity exposure and overexposure.
- The danger is that in becoming fashionable, it kills itself off by overexposure.
- It's also just sort of exhaustive overexposure.
More definitions of overexposeDefinition of overexpose in:
- The US English dictionary