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Definition of exposed. Choose the Right Synonym for exposed liable , open , exposed , subject , prone , susceptible , sensitive mean being by nature or through circumstances likely to experience something adverse. Examples of exposed in a Sentence without our immune systems we'd be exposed to all sorts of deadly infections the exposed electrical wires were a safety hazard.

Recent Examples on the Web Germany is far more exposed to international trade despite a buoyant domestic economy and falling debt. First Known Use of exposed circa , in the meaning defined at sense 1.

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Kiswahili voaswahili. Zimbabwe voazimbabwe. Kurdi dengeamerika. Latin America. For each pollutant the team compared the death rate for babies in the worst fifth of polluted areas with those in the best fifth. Once factors such as maternal age, deprivation level for the area and birthweight were taken into account, the team said that babies aged up to one year had a greater chance of dying living in areas with the worst air pollution compared with areas with the cleanest air.

The study was unable to prove whether high levels of air pollution were to blame for the increased risk of death in those areas. It also did not take into account levels of indoor air pollution. Prof Mireille Toledano, an expert in population child health at Imperial College London, said the study confirmed that air pollution is a major public health hazard, adding that current standards are failing to protect people.

She said the latest study had a number of limitations.