overexposure


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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.
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Noun1.overexposure - the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time
exposure - the act of exposing film to light
2.overexposure - the act of exposing someone excessively to an influencing experience; "an overexposure to violence on television"
exposure - the act of subjecting someone to an influencing experience; "she denounced the exposure of children to pornography"
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Translations

overexposure

[ˌəʊvərɪksˈpəʊʒəʳ] Nsobre(e)xposición f
overexposure to the sunexposición f excesiva al sol
their cause is suffering from overexposure in the mediasu caso está siendo afectado negativamente por aparecer demasiado en los medios de comunicación
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overexposure

n. superexposición; exposición excesiva.
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The most common cause of melanoma is overexposure to intense UV sunlight that leads to sunburn.
1934: Marie Curie, Nobel Prize-winning scientist who discovered radium, fell foul of her own discovery when she died as a result of overexposure to radioactivity.
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