vt. 揭露,揭發;使曝光;顯示


  • expose or make accessible to some action or influence;

    "Expose your students to art"

    "expose the blanket to sunshine"

  • disclose to view as by removing a cover;

    "The curtain rose to disclose a stunning set"

  • to show, make visible or apparent;

    "The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"

    "Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?"

    "National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship"

  • expose to light, of photographic film
  • put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position
  • make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret;

    "The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold"

    "The actress won't reveal how old she is"

    "bring out the truth"

    "he broke the news to her"

  • abandon by leaving out in the open air;

    "The infant was exposed by the teenage mother"

    "After Christmas, many pets get abandoned"

  • expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas;

    "The physicist debunked the psychic's claims"

  • the exposure of an impostor or a fraud;

    "he published an expose of the graft and corruption in city government"

  • remove all or part of one's clothes to show one's body;

    "uncover your belly"

    "The man exposed himself in the subway"


expose problems將問題暴露出來

expose vingue曝光賠償

Expose Transform露出變換


AEAuto Expose自動曝光效果

expose vwoulsue曝光賠償


expose e暴露

expose to暴露於;使處於…的影響之下

Auto Expose自動曝光


make clear顯示;解釋清楚

expose uncover使暴露


  • of course, the heightened technological ability nowadays to expose private behavior is part of the reason for this change.


  • altman strips away the pretence and mythology to expose the film industry as a business like any other.


  • many imaging tests are not performed during pregnancy so as not to expose the fetus to radiation.


  • she might expose his crooked business deals to her tax inspector brother.


  • but such knee-jerk reactions only expose the weakness of subway security, experts say.


  • some courts might want to address this irony by saying that the distributor must reserve this right and this ability - and thus must expose itself to a vicarious infringement claim.


  • when myra told karp she「d expose his past, he blew up.


  • emails sent by shaikh to the british embassy in warsaw in 2007, when he appears to have been befriended by polish heroin traffickers he met in the city of lublin, expose his vulnerable state of mind.


  • they expose themselves to inconceivable dangers under conditions of enormous hardship and fight because they want to keep the country safe.


  • in a large project where you have many classes and expose several interfaces, you might organize your code with a separate directory for the aspects that implement argument checking.


  • this means that the primary use case for this would be when the sfsb initiates a dialog and wants to, perhaps, expose actions on that dialog.

    這意味著,sfsb 經常被應用於這樣的場景:當sfsb啟動一個對話框并可能希望在這個對話框中暴露操作。

  • disaster can loom like a giant spotlight – at any moment, it can shine a blinding light into a dark corner and expose inadequacy and incompetence.


  • natural disasters expose the weaknesses in our coping systems and give us with a chance to make them better.


  • and when you explain, be not too explicit, just as you do not expose your inmost thoughts in ordinary intercourse.


  • don」t expose undeveloped film to light.


  • instead, it will expose us more frequently and in more variations to the differences that surround us.


  • remote procedure call: each of two systems expose services that the other can call.


  • some pairs are cut to expose the tips of the toes, to give increased tactile sensation during, say, the tree pose and the triangle.


  • we must expose this shameful activity to the newspapers.


  • by bathing in unclean water, they expose themselves to contamination.


  • the surgeon cut through connective tissue to expose the bone.


  • don「t expose it to the sun.


  • that is why i studied media and hope to take it further to the tv world too so i can expose the truth behind the lies we endure everyday in this world.


  • i」m a layman. what i「m going to say may expose myself to ridicule, yet i still want to say a few words.

    我是個外行, 我說的話可能貽笑大方, 可我還是要說幾句.

  • for sure there are constraints in what and how you expose things when you are a vendor of an expensive product.


  • though it was never your intention, you have done more to expose their underlying agenda than any president in history, including roosevelt.


  • don」t expose your skin to the flaming sun.


  • yet, each year millions of americans strive for that perfect tan and even spend their hard earned money to purposefully expose themselves to artificial sources of ultraviolet radiation.


  • they help you differentiate and expose the knobs and levers you need to drive your business.


  • it takes courage to talk to others on the team when that might expose some of your own ignorance.


  • when you「re writing code, think about the contract -- the particular bit you」re writing will expose to its client, whether it's a method, a class, or a group of interacting classes.

    當編寫代碼時,應考慮到這個契約 ——您將要編寫的特定內容都將暴露給它的客戶機,無論此內容是一個方法、一個類,還是一個與類交互的組。

  • these more complicated scenarios tended to expose more difficult bugs, which were harder to debug and sometimes were intermittent.


  • this layer uses various technologies to expose existing enterprise resources and operational systems so they could be used by business components.


  • she threatened to publicly expose his double life if he left her.


  • obviously this has some limitations when one want to expose multiple versions of the same resource without duplicating the entity data.


  • but we need to expose our weaknesses in order to learn from them and grow as a result.