[ US /ˌoʊvɝɪkˈspoʊz/ ]
VERB
  1. expose to too much light
    the photographic film was overexposed and there is no image
  2. expose excessively
    As a child, I was overexposed to French movies
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How To Use overexpose In A Sentence

  • Sometimes Reygadas overexposes the film a bit to lend a glaring intensity to the contours of the wilderness.
  • Unfortunately the light was too bright and my photos were all overexposed.
  • Perhaps Ross believes them to be overexposed but it may just be oversight or personal prejudice.
  • Some analysts fear it might still be overexposed to the faddish and underperforming technology sector.
  • ‘The salmon stock was so overexposed that it's still recovering today,’ said Robillard.
  • The club is careful not to let the younger players be overexposed, and rarely allows them to be interviewed.
  • Because I'm actually happy to see the return of players like the cowboy brothers, the Harlem Globetrotters, mother-son Margie and Luke, goth couple Kent and Vyxsen and best buds Zev and Justin, I'm more OK with this than I am the latest go-round for the overexposed "Boston Rob" and Russell the Rude on Survivor: Redemption Island, who really have outstayed their welcome. Roush Review: Being Human and More Weekend TV
  • Like every trend, when something gets overexposed it decreases the shelf life, so in the end everything works out.
  • Because these items are typically spotlighted in a dark environment, it's common for automatic cameras to overexpose these images. How to shoot holiday lights
  • Definitely overeaten, overexposed and overcooked. Times, Sunday Times
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