- 1 [cuadro/escultura] to exhibit, show; [productos] to exhibit, show las joyas se exponen en el palacio the jewels are on show o on exhibition at the palace los cuadros estarán expuestos durante el mes de enero the pictures will be on show o will be exhibited throughout January los zapatos expuestos en la vitrina the shoes displayed o on display o on show in the window exponer el Santísimo to expose o exhibit the Blessed Sacrament
- 2 [razones/hechos] to set out, state; [ideas/teoría] to put forward, set out, expound [formal]; [tema] to present expuso el problema con claridad he set out o stated the problem clearly
exponerse v pron
- 1.1 (a un riesgo, peligro) to expose oneself exponerse
aalgo to expose oneself tosth se expuso a las críticas del público he laid himself open to o exposed himself to public criticismexponerse a que+ subjte estás exponiendo a que te pongan una multa/a que te descubran you're risking a fine/being found out 1.2 (al aire, sol) exponerse aalgo to expose oneself tosth se expone demasiado tiempo al sol he exposes himself to the sun's rays for too long, he has too much exposure to the sun
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