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exposition

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Singular
exposition

Plural
expositions

  1. (countable & uncountable) An exposition is a detailed explanation or description of an idea or theory, especially in a piece of writing.
    The essay includes a thorough exposition of the author's argument.
    Her exposition of the historical events was clear and concise.
  2. (countable) An exposition is a show of goods, artwork, or cultural displays to the public.
    The art gallery's annual exposition attracted visitors from around the world.
    The exposition of new technologies at the trade fair was impressive.
  3. (countable & uncountable) Exposition is the action of exposing something to something.
    The exposition of the paint to the light caused it to fade.