|exposure meter||light meter|
|(British spelling for meter) basic unit of length in the metric system, one hundred centimeters, 39.37 inches; definite measurement; poetic measure; rhythm (in music); instrument that automatically measures quantities of substances (gas, water, or elec...||metre|
|(British spelling variant for decimeter) unit of length equaling one tenth of a meter||decimetre|
|(Pathology) siriasis, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death), illness caused by too much sun, insolation||sunstroke|
|(Pathology) sunstroke, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death)||siriasis|
|(Photography) method of checking a meter on a camera||TTL (through the lens)|
|(symbol) ֲµm, device for measuring small distances accurately, instrument for microscopic or tiny measurements, one millionth of meter||micrometer|
|1/1,000,000,000 meter, unit of measure equal to one billionth of a meter||nanometer|
|4-line stanza form for ballads, common divisor, common meter, common time||common measure|
|able to withstand bad weather, can withstand exposure to the weather without damage, make (something) capable of standing against weather damage, make weatherproof||weatherproof|
|act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure||divulgement|
|act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure (Archaic), reveal something, tell, disclose||divulge|
|act of emphasizing the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); omission of a letter or sound from the middle of a word (Grammar); change of meter (Poetry), placing of accent on weak beat, syncope||syncopation|
|act of setting again; act of changing the readout on a meter (esp. to zero)||resetting|
|action taken, step; unit of size or capacity; criterion; device for measuring; amount, degree, extent; system of measuring; meter, cadence; legislative bill or act; prescribed distance or quantity, adjust for effect, assess effect or quality, bar, be a...||measure|
|add extra ingredient, exposure to radiation, give a dose of medicine to, divide into portions, give medicine to, measure out medication, prescribed amount (as in medicine), prescribed amount of medication, venereal disease||dose|
|affect or be affected by fungus, cover with mildew; affect with mildew; become mouldy from excessive exposure to moisture, fungal disease of plants, gray or white fungus, soft green or black area (often fuzzy) caused by a fungus that sometimes grows on...||mildew|
|affected with sunstroke, suffering the results of excess exposure to the sun (Pathology)||sunstruck|
|allow air through, develop flavor through exposure to air, expel substance with breath, exude quality, give somebody or something a quality, live, pause to rest, respire; exhale; whisper; blow, say something secretively, smell something, take in air, waft||breathe|
|allow somebody too much of something, expose film to too much light, expose for too long or to too much light (Photography); have excessive exposure||overexpose|
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