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over- +‎ expose

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overexpose (third-person singular simple present overexposes, present participle overexposing, simple past and past participle overexposed)

  1. To expose excessively.
  2. To provide excessive publicity or reporting regarding (a person, event, etc.).
  3. (photography) To expose (film) to light during the development process for a longer time than is required to accurately produce the image.

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