Translation of exposure in Spanish:

exposure

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈspəʊʒər; ɪkˈspəʊʒə(r)/

n

  • 1 u 1.1 (contact) exposure to sth exposición (f)a algo exposure to the weather exposición a las inclemencias del tiempo he benefited from exposure to other cultures el contacto con otras culturas le resultó positivo they've had minimal exposure to computers han tenido poquísima experiencia con computadoras 1.2 (to view) he objected to the exposure of so much bare flesh estaba en contra de que se exhibiera tanta desnudez the exposure of earlier strata el descubrimiento de estratos anteriores indecent exposure exhibicionismo (m) 1.3 [Med] congelación (f) to be suffering from exposure tener* síntomas de congelación to die from exposure morir* de frío
  • 2 u 2.1 (unmasking) she was threatened with public exposure amenazaron con ponerla al descubierto his exposure as a drug dealer ruined his career su carrera se vio arruinada al revelarse que era un traficante de drogas 2.2 (publicity) publicidad (f) he has not had the exposure he deserves no ha recibido la atención pública que merece
  • 4 (aspect) orientación (f) a house with a southern exposure una casa orientada al sur

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