自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 使暴露;使显露 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 Bering Sea...
For an instant his whole back was exposed.
VERB 揭发;揭露 To expose a person or situation means to reveal that they are bad or immoral in some way.
The Budget does expose the lies ministers were telling a year ago...
After the scandal was exposed, Dr Bailey committed suicide...
VERB 使暴露于（险境）;使遭受（危险或不快） If someone is exposed to something dangerous or unpleasant, they are put in a situation in which it might affect them.
They had not been exposed to most diseases common to urban populations...
A wise mother never exposes her children to the slightest possibility of danger.
VERB 使受…的影响(或熏陶);使接触 If someone is exposed to an idea or feeling, usually a new one, they are given experience of it, or introduced to it.
...local people who've not been exposed to glimpses of Western life before...
These units exposed children to many viewpoints of a given issue.
VERB （常因精神或感情失控）暴露性器官，当众露阴 A man who exposes himself shows people his genitals in a public place, usually because he is mentally or emotionally disturbed.
Smith admitted indecently exposing himself on Wimbledon Common.