expose to

expose someone or something to someone or something

to show someone or something to someone or something. You should not expose the children to violent movies at their age. Do not expose the film to the light.
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expose something (or oneself) to someone or something

to disclose someone's or something's secrets to someone or a group. He exposed his inner thoughts to everyone there. She refused to expose herself to the ears of the curious and ceased talking. He exposed himself to the public when he revealed his involvement in the arms sale.
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References in classic literature ?
I have tried to expose to the view of the public more distinctly than is commonly done, one of the characters of the recent past.
For instance, what we call Outlook Properties is a great example of information that you probably don't want to expose to the world.