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o·ver·ex·pose

 (ō′vər-ĭk-spōz′)
tr.v. o·ver·ex·posed, o·ver·ex·pos·ing, o·ver·ex·pos·es
1. To expose too long or too much: Don't overexpose the children to television.
2. To expose (a photographic film or plate) too long or with too much light.

o′ver·ex·po′sure (-ĭk-spō′zhər) n.

overexposed

(ˌəʊvərɪkˈspəʊzd)
adj
1. exposed too much or for too long
2. (Photography) photog exposed for too long a period or with too bright a light, resulting in fuzziness
Translations

overexposed

[ˌəʊvərɪkˈspəʊzd] adj [photo] → surexposé(e)
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