expose to (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb expose to (1).

Meaning: If you expose someone to something, you introduce them to something they might not otherwise see or experience.

For example:

  • exposed sb to sth We try to expose our students to art, music and literature that they wouldn't normally come across.

  • be exposed to sth It's a good idea for young staff to be exposed to various work environments.

Quick Quiz:

Travel broadens the mind because it exposes people to

a. luxury hotels

b. various airplanes

c. different cultures

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