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  • v. To expound; to explain.
  • v. To expose; to imperil.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To expound; to explain; also, to expose; to imperil.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To set forth; explain; expound.
  • To expose, as to danger.
  • To represent; characterize.


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Old English exponen. See expound.


  • Un ejemplo más del abuso que uno se expone frente a los monopolios de las corporaciones privadas.

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  • And for farther purgatioun heirof, it was thocht necessar that we should sempillie expone, alsweill to hir Grace as to the hole people, what war our requeastis and just petitionis.

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  • Cuninghamheid, [855] to whame we gaif commissioun and power, First, To expone our hole purpose and intent, whiche was none other than befoir at all tymes we had required, to witt, That we mycht injoy the libertie of conscience.

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  • In the end it was concluded, that Williame Maitland [1061] foirsaid should pas to Londoun to expone our estait and conditioun to the Quein and Counsall, and that the Noble men should departe to thair quyett, to the sextene day of

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  • For better, we think, to expone our bodyes to a thowsand deathis, then to hasarde our soules to perpetuall condemnatioun, by denying Christ Jesus and his manifest veritie, whiche thing not onlie do thei that committ open idolatrie, bot also all suche as seing thare brethrene injustlie persewed for the caus of religioun, and having sufficient meanes to conforte and assist thame, do nott the less withdraw frome thame thair detfull supporte.

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  • Bot becaus schorte after thare wes a Parliament to be haldin, for certane effares pertenyng rather to the Quenis proffeit particulare, nor to the commoditie of the commoun wealth, we thocht good to expone our mater unto the hole Parliament, and by thame to seak some redress.

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  • La creación se expone por consecuencia a la copia inmediata si los derechos de copiado no están presentados en las formas usuales y si las obras están expuestas sin las formalidades de ingresos.

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  • It was to meet his ideas of what a theological school should be that the college was set apart "allenarly" for the study of theology, and furnished with professors of the Old and the New Testament, who were to "expone" the various books of Scripture as well as to read them in the original, comparing the Hebrew of the Old Testament with the

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  • La señora Rosa se dedica a la venta de Ropa, ella posee un puesto de venta en el mercado de Ciudad del Este ahí expone sus mercaderías para la venta, ella nos comenta que el trabajo que ella realiza lo hace con mucha esperanza, ya que quiere que sus hijos estudian y tengan un mejor vida como profesionales en el futuro, ella también desea, ampliar su negocio, anexando una zapatera a su ropería.

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