In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(contact)exposición feminineexposure to sth — exposición a algo
- exposure to the weather — exposición a las inclemencias del tiempo
- he benefited from exposure to other cultures — el contacto con otras culturas le resultó positivo
- they've had minimal exposure to computers — han tenido poquísima experiencia con computadoras
- The ozone layer is important to humans, who risk skin cancer and other health effects from high exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays.
- Occupational disease due to chemical exposure is a notifiable condition.
- The link between allergen exposure and asthma is not well understood.
- The incubation period between exposure and onset of fever ranged from two to 16 days.
- Pollution causes damage similar to sun exposure, leading to wrinkles and premature aging.
- These actions limited the exposure of the aircrew and team to hostile fire.
- The CT scanner will reduce patient exposure to radiation, offer more detailed images and improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis.
- Could it also be caused by exposure to radiation?
- Blocking software does not protect children from exposure to a large volume of material that is harmful to minors within the legal definitions.
- To limit your exposure to potentially harmful pesticides, antibiotics, and hormones, buy organic ingredients whenever possible.
- To protect against all possible types of laser exposure, the physician and everyone in the room should wear protective laser glasses.
- All employees subject to hepatitis B virus exposure must be offered vaccination against the virus.
- In order to protect children from exposure to harmful vapors, the toy industry has discontinued the use of PVC to produce plastics used in their products.
- Many experimental studies of plants and animals, and clinical studies of humans have shown the harmful effect of excessive exposure to UVB radiation.
- The worker must avoid areas of high irritant exposure and wear adequate respiratory protection.
- It is generally thought that where the total mass of dust inhaled is the same, intermittent exposure to dust is less harmful than continuous exposure.
- It is nonsensical to claim that it is not the Government's role to intervene to protect people from harmful exposure to tobacco smoke.
- If you work out at home, especially in a humid area such as the basement, your exposure to harmful substances could be much worse.
- There are no known harmful effects from exposure to the magnetic field or radio waves used in making MRI images.
- It is known that drinking too much water can be harmful, leading to exposure to toxins and pollutants in water.
1.2(to view)he objected to the exposure of so much bare flesh — estaba en contra de que se exhibiera tanta desnudez
- the exposure of earlier strata — el descubrimiento de estratos anteriores
- indecent exposure — exhibicionismo
1.3Medicinecongelación feminineto be suffering from exposure — tener síntomas de congelación
- to die from exposure — morir de frío
- The two most dangerous conditions that can result from cold-weather exposure are frostbite and hypothermia.
- Exposure has damaged the plaster ceilings, rotted joists, and peeled paint.
- A 14-year-old student was killed when he was hit by a falling tree and an elderly person died of exposure in the appalling weather conditions.
2.1(unmasking)she was threatened with public exposure — amenazaron con ponerla al descubierto
- his exposure as a drug dealer ruined his career — su carrera se vio arruinada al revelarse que era un traficante de drogas
2.2(publicity)publicidad femininehe has not had the exposure he deserves — no ha recibido la atención pública que merece
- While it has received less public exposure due to its general anonymity, its treasures have not gone unnoticed by the scientific community.
- Either of these would make excellent narrative fodder, but I fear exposure through specific disclosure and the spectre of losing my job.
- I find it unbelievable that our city leaders do not support an event that will bring exposure, people, fun and money to the city.
- There was a time when this exposure of ironies was revelatory.
- Initially the pickets were very optimistic that the dispute could be resolved quickly in the face of the embarrassing exposure of the employer's dirty tricks.
- Furthermore, the site acts as a server for local rap and hip-hop artists to make their music available for public download, creating exposure for new talent and material.
- Their inability to speak up for themselves, their numbing inhibitions, their fear of exposure is the psychological residue of this catharsis.
- This is a channel by film fans for film fans, credited with having brought many great films a wider audience, regular exposure and good publicity too.
- I am disappointed that the seminary succumbed to the lure of media exposure in orchestrating this event.
- There's a lot of street-level talent that hasn't received media exposure yet.
- As well as giving these artists much needed exposure, the event is a fundraiser for the arts centre.
- There's some brilliant stuff in there about social awkwardness, and the way we fear but crave exposure.
- In return, they would receive considerable exposure at most Tour events throughout Europe along with other marketing advantages.
- When they do releases, they have four categories that affect how many theatres and what kind of exposure the film gets.
- Since I have financial obligations which would be decimated by any exposure, why should I put my anonymity at risk now or in the near future?
- For years, it was a one-way street for those who injected or ingested their drugs, the promise of victory far more tempting than the fear of exposure.
- Fearing exposure and embarrassment if he were to assume a conspicuous role at the new arts agency, he turned down the appointment.
- The scandal brought about by public exposure has led to new, more competent leadership and even to accreditation, meaning that the lab now meets minimum standards.
- Sadly the sport doesn't receive the media exposure it deserves.
- These honors translate into higher box office receipts and greater exposure for our films.
- We're not going to comment as it will only give this publicity-seeking woman even more exposure.
- The wine industry rarely spends money for such direct exposure - for instance by advertising.
- Their exposure as unashamed party girls destroyed their reputation in hometown Rotherham.
- Their methods of cover-up and provocation indicate a consciousness of guilt and a fear of exposure.
- It's against this background that the novel explodes into murder, mayhem, sexual intrigue and the scandalous exposure of secrets in a splendid denouement.
- They rightly feared that the inevitable exposure of the lies used to justify it would expose the real lack of democracy that exists in the capitalist parliamentary system of government.
- Do you feel the imbalance in terms of public interest/media exposure/sponsors involvement?
- He received national and worldwide exposure beyond the publicity gained locally.
- The formation of a global media network at the event will ensure remarkable exposure for the participants.
- Your business can grow only with the exposure that comes through the word of mouth.
- They can do that without fear of exposure, you see, because these houses/societies are very, very secret.
- He was blamed for this inappropriate exposure of secret material, and it had a detrimental impact on his reputation and mental state.
- Inevitably, exposure awaits, and often exposure which will damage innocent people who will be besmirched, so audacious is the extent of the crime.
- Staff members are more likely to censor themselves for fear of later exposure.
- In response to the embarrassing exposure of its brutal tactics, the military is seeking to blame the soldiers concerned rather than allow anyone to recognise how typical this episode is.
- The exposure these men get on the air is minimal; most of their commentaries are short enough to speak in 30 seconds.
- As a result, much of the information that the public receives comes from the media, or second-hand information based on media exposure.
- The ex-agent is currently living in exile in France, where he has fled to escape prosecution for his exposure of state secrets.
- But within the C.I.A., the exposure of the undercover agent is now considered an even greater instance of treachery.
(camera setting)exposición feminine
- Later he said if he had known how dark the foreground area was he would have given the whole negative another stop of exposure.
- For about five years, she devoted considerable energy to photography, meticulously recording exposures and light levels as she became conversant with the medium.
- She will spend a day going through exposure, shutter speed, depth of field and how they are related.
- Automatic flash units can be used with any camera and have front-mounted sensors that set exposures by measuring the flash bouncing back from the subject.
- As he experimented with special lenses and different exposures and paper, his photography became increasingly art-inspired.
(frame)fotografía feminineexposición femininedouble exposure — doble exposición feminine
4(aspect)orientación femininea house with a southern exposure — una casa orientada al sur
- Plant this feathery-leaf palm in a well-draining, organically enriched sandy soil with a southern exposure or in a courtyard.
- Where one is willing to risk frost injury for the sake of exceptionally early yields, one should favor a site with southern exposure and a light soil.
- Vines are planted on high clay-limestone slopes, many of which enjoy a favourable west south west exposure.
- In the south, keep pots cool, positioned out of the sun, preferably with a northern exposure.
- Good sites include near the eaves of a building with southern exposure and close to water.
- He advises gardeners to place their butterfly boxes about four feet above ground and making sure they have a southern exposure in the wintertime.
- Buildings that have a large percentage of glass often have problems with overheating in perimeter spaces, especially those with southern and western exposures.
- Our windows have a southern exposure and get very warm during July.
- Turn the plan slightly another way and you get southern exposures for the main living areas of the house.
- It seems the trees in my neighbor's yard stood an excellent chance of blocking the television signal, which needs a southwestern exposure in the Northeast.
- Rooms with windows facing south get the most direct sunlight, whereas rooms with northern exposures get none, and the same color might look much different in one than the other.
- Southern and eastern exposures are the most desirable.
- South and west exposures dry out more quickly, making these areas ideal for your most drought-and heat-tolerant plants.
- Southern and western exposures are complemented by cool colors.
- Where earliness is not so important, it is safer to choose a northern exposure that will retard flowering and lessen the danger from late frosts.
- Keeping the bulb growing indoors over summer is also an option: kept in bright light, southern exposure is best.
- Lower dry biomass at the west and southwest exposures could be associated with higher respiration rates and earlier and longer stomatal closure in response to plant water deficits.
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