Definition of Exposure:

  1. The action of exposing a photographic film to light or other radiation.

  2. Advertising: Degree to which an audience (readers, listeners, viewers, visitors to a website) is in receipt of a promotional message.

  3. Occupational safety: State of being vulnerable to work environment hazards through contact, inhalation, ingestions, or any other route.

  4. General: State or condition of being unprotected and open to damage, danger, risk of suffering a loss in a transaction, or uncertainty.

  5. The direction in which a building faces; an outlook.

  6. The revelation of an identity or fact, especially one that is concealed or likely to arouse disapproval.

  7. Banking: (1) Total amount of unsecured loans; (2) Total amount of loans advanced to a single borrower, group, industry, or country; (3) probability of loss from devaluation, revaluation, or foreign exchange fluctuations.

  8. The state of being exposed to contact with something.

Synonyms of Exposure

Uncovering, Revelation, Showing, Display, Exhibition, Disclosure, Manifestation, Unveiling, Unmasking, Outlook, Aspect, View, Frontage, Direction, Subjection, Submission, Vulnerability, Laying open, ASA exposure index, DIN number, PR, Acquaintance, Airing, Apocalypse, Apparition, Appearance, Appearing, Arising, Aspect, Attitude, Avatar, Azimuth, Ballyhoo, Baring, Bearing, Bearings, Blurb, Bright light, Bringing to light, Casual discovery, Catching, Celebrity, Celestial navigation, Chance discovery, Coming, Coming into being, Coming-forth, Common knowledge, Communicating, Communication, Contact, Cry, Currency, Danger, Daylight, Dead reckoning, Defenselessness, Demonstration, Denudation, Desquamation, Detection, Determination, Determining, Direction, Discernibleness, Disclosing, Disclosure, Disconfirmation, Discovering, Discovery, Display, Disproof, Disproval, Disproving, Distinguishment, Divestment, Divulging, Eclat, Emergence, Enactment, Endangerment, Epiphany, Espial, Excavation, Excoriation, Exfoliation, Exhibit, Exhibition, Exhibitionism, Exhumation, Experience, Explosion, Expose, Exposition, Exposure meter, F-stop, Fame, Familiarity, Famousness, Film rating, Film speed, Find, Finding, Finding out, Fix, Forthcoming, Frontage, Glare, Hazard, Helplessness, Hoopla, Hue and cry, Imperilment, Incarnation, Indecent exposure, Invalidation, Invention, Issuance, Jeopardy, Knowledge, Lay, Laying bare, Laying open, Leak, Leaking, Lens opening, Liability, Lie, Light meter, Limelight, Line of position, Locating, Location, Lucky strike, Manifestation, Materialization, Materializing, Maximum dissemination, Nakedness, Negation, Nonimmunity, Notoriety, Observability, Occurrence, Opening, Openness, Orientation, Ostentation, Outcrop, Outcropping, Outlook, Patefaction, Perceptibility, Performance, Peril, Pilotage, Plug, Position, Position line, Presentation, Presentment, Press notice, Production, Projection, Public eye, Public knowledge, Public relations, Public report, Publication, Publicity, Publicity story, Publicness, Publishing, Puff, Radio bearing, Realization, Reclame, Recognition, Redargution, Rediscovery, Reductio ad absurdum, Removal, Removing the veil, Report, Representation, Retrospective, Revealing, Revealment, Revelation, Rise, Rising, Risk, Seeableness, Serendipity, Set, Setting, Show, Showing, Showing forth, Showing up, Showup, Shutter speed, Spotlight, Spotting, Strike, Stripping, Susceptibility, Susceptivity, The seen, The visible, Theophany, Time exposure, Treasure trove, Trouvaille, Trove, Uncloaking, Uncovering, Unearthing, Unfolding, Unfoldment, Unmasking, Unprotection, Unveiling, Unwrapping, Varnishing day, Vernissage, View, Visibility, Visibleness, Visuality, Vulnerability, What is revealed, Write-up

How to use Exposure in a sentence?

  1. The lead singer would need some more exposure to producers, so they could see his talent and hopefully sign him.
  2. We opt to keep our level of exposure to risk at a minimum as we are not in a position to handle fluctuations.
  3. When you are trying to minimize your losses you should try to pick the venture that leaves your money with the least exposure .
  4. A camera that would give a picture immediately after exposure.
  5. The dangers posed by exposure to asbestos.
  6. She took her life for fear of exposure as a spy.
  7. The exposure is perfect—a gentle slope to the southwest.

Meaning of Exposure & Exposure Definition