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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexpositionex‧po‧si‧tion /ˌekspəˈzɪʃən/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]EXPLAIN formal a clear and detailed explanationexposition of a lucid exposition of educational theories2 [countable]SHOW/LET somebody SEE something a large public event at which you show or sell products, art etc
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expositiona professor of Bible expositionA detailed exposition and defence would require considerably more ingenuity and effort.In attempting its exposition I face the problem of a generation gap.Meanwhile, all available characters have been called upon to repeat bits of exposition over and over.To what extent, therefore, should be continue to seek coherence of theme or form within the exhibition mode of exposition?For the sake of exposition the duty will be analysed here in four parts.For a start, no prime minister's exposition of Cabinet government is consistent.the Southwestern Exposition and RodeoIt seems almost needless to say nowadays that exposition repeats are faithfully observed.
From Longman Business Dictionaryexpositionex‧po‧si‧tion /ˌekspəˈzɪʃən/ noun [countable] formal1MARKETING a large international show that is open to the public, where new products, especially industrial products, can be seen SYN EXHIBITIONthe Enterprise Computing Exposition2a detailed explanation of a particular idea or THEORYGreat care must be taken to make the exposition clear to a non-technical audience.
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