Definition of 'exposé'
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He was young with dark curling hair, the sleeves of his check shirt rolled back to expose muscular arms. THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)Now, she was more ambivalent, not sure she wanted to expose herself to that dangerous, charismatic man. THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2002)When Myra first told Karp she'd expose his past, he blew up. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2002)
Instead, he pressed his fingers to his lips to contain the words that would expose his longing. THE LAST REPORT ON THE MIRACLES AT LITTLE NO HORSE: A NOVEL (2002)
This is called an exposé of publishing hype. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was probably the most shocking exposé of systemic doping in athletics' history. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Anybody who disputes this need only ask: why do sponsors run away just as soon as the tabloids publish their first exposé? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Our front page exposé made TV and radio headlines all day. The Sun (2014)I did not sign up for an exposé on my life but you can't take things too seriously. The Sun (2011)Depending on your view, this was either an affirmation of what was apparent or a shocking exposé of the financial constraints under which he is working. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'exposé'
British English: expose VERB
To expose something that is usually hidden means to uncover it so that it can be seen.
Lowered sea levels exposed the shallow continental shelf beneath the sea.
Definition of exposé from the Collins English Dictionary
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