Definition of Exposure:

  1. The process by which a photographic film is exposed to light or other radiation.

  2. Advertising: The extent to which the public (readers, listeners, viewers, website visitors) receive advertising messages.

  3. Occupational Safety: Terms of exposure to occupational hazards through contact, inhalation, consumption or other.

  4. General: Unsecured state or condition and risk of loss, danger, uncertainty or uncertainty in transactions.

  5. The direction of the building in view.

  6. Disclosure of identities or facts, especially those that are hidden or can be an illegitimate cause.

  7. Bank: (1) Unsecured loan amount (2) Loan amount to creditors of individual, group, industry or country (3) Possible losses due to devaluation, valuation or fluctuation of currency.

  8. The state belongs to something.

Synonyms of Exposure

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

How to use Exposure in a sentence?

  1. The singer will need more visibility with the producers so that they can see his talents and hopefully recruit him.
  2. We decided to keep our risks as low as possible because we could not handle the fluctuations.
  3. When you are trying to reduce your losses, the best thing to do is to try to choose a company that has less money.
  4. A camera that exposes immediately. Provides an icon later.
  5. Risk of asbestos exposure.
  6. He committed suicide for fear of being caught as a spy.
  7. The lighting is perfect: Slightly southwest.

Meaning of Exposure & Exposure Definition