expose (someone, something, or oneself) to (someone or something)

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expose (someone, something, or oneself) to (someone or something)

1. To bring someone, something, or oneself into contact with someone or something, often with negative consequences. Well, my mom is really sick, which means that we might have exposed the kids to the flu virus when we had her watch them last week. I created that bleached effect by exposing the film to the light. I try not to expose myself to too many news programs—it's too depressing.
2. To reveal private information to someone or something. If he exposed his true intentions to the board, he'd be fired for sure. She was arrested for exposing state secrets to a foreign agent.
3. To expose one's genitalia to someone. Almost always said of a man exposing his penis. In this usage, a reflexive pronoun is always used. The video shows a man exposing himself to a woman in the parking lot.
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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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Our borders are porous and expose us to the security threat, we don't want the peaceful nomenclature of Kwara State to be history'.
'The action of the commissioner will expose us to irreparable damage,' the court documents read.
"Coming from a war-torn country at the time, they did their very best to expose us to a peaceful lifestyle.
Our oil contracts to the Gulf Coast not only expose us to Brent-related pricing, but also insulate us from the recent widening of the Midland-Cushing oil price differential.
John Doig, Chief Marketing Officer, Scotiabank, said, "At Scotiabank, we believe the arts expose us to new ideas, allowing us to see the world through a different lens, inspiring us to pursue our own passions.
But these amazing computers in our pockets that allow us to access end-less amounts of data also expose us to more personal and professional risk than ever before.
Influences such as books and the internet don't make it any easier, and let's not forget those friends that never fail to expose us to all kinds of information - whether it is necessary or not.
But going online can also expose us to email scams, 'phishing',' online fraud and spyware.
Or that voting No would expose us to huge public cuts from London.
Richard Smith, National Grid's head of energy strategy and policy, said: "This would expose us to global market prices."
This partnership will enhance our credibility and expose us to more potential clients.
We were shown around by the European Parliament's British press officers, who wanted to expose us to European Union (EU) democracy in action.
To gain a more complete picture, however, we wanted to craft an experience that would expose us to all aspects of the industry.
The attractive cast stumbles from one misfiring misadventure to the next, looking suitably apologetic to expose us to this sorry confection.
To bomber crews, this was unthinkable: to unnecessarily expose us to enemy defenses by figuratively marching in straight lines and wearing red uniforms.