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exponer

Translation of exponer in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 3 3.1 (poner en peligro)
    to put … at risk
    intentó salvarlo, exponiendo su vida
    she risked her life trying to save him
    she put her life at risk in trying to save him
    3.2 (al aire, sol) See examples:exponer algo a algo
    to expose something to something

also: exponerse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1 (a un riesgo, peligro)
    to expose oneself
    exponerse a algo
    to expose oneself to something
    se expuso a las críticas del público
    he laid himself open to o exposed himself to public criticism
    exponerse a que + subjuntivote 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) See examples:exponerse a algo
    to expose oneself to something
    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
Example sentences
  • Busco trabajo similar al que vengo realizando y que expongo a continuación.
  • Tres semanas atrás, Humala convocó a Castilla al PNUD para que exponga la situación de la caja fiscal.
  • Ancidey expuso de manera general las particularidades de la propuesta.

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