Expose = (1) make accessible to some action or influence: ‘Expose your students to music.’ (2) make known to the public information that was previously unknown or hidden: ‘The crime branch exposed the evidence of the murder case.’ (3) Uncover, expose to view: ‘The curtain rose to expose a stunning set.’ (4) Remove all or part of one’s clothes to show one’s body: ‘The man exposed himself in the subway.’

Display/exhibit a work of art: ‘The gallery exhibits mainly contemporary sculpture and photography.’

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