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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sergileme
(Fotoğrafçılık) ekspozisyon
uluslararası sergi
(Edebiyat) Serim: Oyun, roman, hikâye, masal gibi anlatı türlerinde kişilerin ve çevrenin tanıtıldığı, konunun, olayın anlatılmaya başlandığı bölüm
{i} yorumlama
{i} teşhir
{i} sergi

Dün bir resim sergisinin açılışına katıldım. - Yesterday I took part in the opening of the painting exposition.


Fuarda görevli olmak için başvuruda bulundum. - I applied to be an attendant at the exposition.

(Tiyatro) serim
wrong exposition
yanlış teşhir
wrong exposition
yanlış sergileme
Oral exposition
(Edebiyat) Sözel serim,sözel anlatım
İngilizce - İngilizce
The action of exposing something to something, such as a drug to the skin
The opening section of a fugue; the opening section of a movement in sonata form
The act of expulsion, or being expelled, from a place
An essay or speech in which any topic is discussed in detail
The action of putting something out to public view; for example in a display or show
The act of declaring or describing something through either speech or writing
A technique used in fiction, including novel, play, and movie, by which background information about the characters, events, or setting is conveyed
formal presentation
{n} an explanation, situation, place
is the narrator telling the reader information instead of letting it happen in the story
In music, the statement of the themes or musical ideas in the first section of a sonata-form movement
[noun]: the introductory material which gives the setting, creates the tone, presents the characters, and presents other facts necessary to understanding the story [Elements of Plot]
Discourse that explains or informs
an account that sets forth the meaning or intent of a writing or discourse; "we would have understood the play better if there had been some initial exposition of the background"
{i} public exhibition, show; clarification; opening section of a fugue (Music)
  In general, the setting is established and certain characters are introduced
Situation or position with reference to direction of view or accessibility to influence of sun, wind, etc
Background knowledge required by an audience to understand the play The information is sometimes not in the script, but more often is conveyed in early speeches by subordinate characters
an essay form in which the writer provides information about and explains a certain subject; examples, process, cause and effect, comparison and contrast, definition, and division and classification are forms of exposition
First part of a play (or action), which establishes the character(s), conflict, situation, style, genre, etc
The first occurence of the theme or subject in a work, where the prinicpal idea of the piece is stated
The part of a sonata or similar movement in which the main themes are first stated before undergoing any development or elaboration
the first stage of a narrative, setting up the plot before the confrontation
a collection of things (goods or works of art etc ) for public display
A term used to describe the opening (or close to the opening) part in the form of the fugue as well as in sonata form In the latter, the exposition has four main subsections: The first theme The bridge The secondtheme and the The closing subsection
A public exhibition or show, as of industrial and artistic productions; as, the Paris Exposition of 1878
Information given through dialogue explaining events leading up to the action
The part of the story that gives us the critical information we need to understand the rest of the story Examples: In Trifles, we are given information as the scene is set and in the opening dialogue to help us understand specifics that become important later in the play (Glaspell, p 951) In The Brute, the exposition is presented almost solely in the opening dialogue We learn of Mrs Popov's attitude and mind-set that makes her change more significant later (Chekhov, p 1040) In Tender Offer, we find little in the exposition, but nevertheless it sets the stage and describes a little about the characters and begins to explain the circumstances under which the action takes place (Wasserstein, p 1302) F -back to top-
The act of expulsion, or being expelled, from a place. now obsolete
the beginning of a story; where characters and setting are usually introduced
The act of exposing or laying open; a setting out or displaying to public view
To explain and analyze information by presenting an idea, relevant evidence, and appropriate discussion
explanation of what's going on through narration
that part of the structure that sets the scene, introduces and identifies characters, and establishes the situation at the beginning of a story or play Additional exposition is often scattered throughout the story Close Window
the first section of a movement in sonata form; its purpose is to introduce, or expose, the two main melodies, or themes
The act of expounding or of laying open the sense or meaning of an author, or a passage; explanation; interpretation; the sense put upon a passage; a law, or the like, by an interpreter; hence, a work containing explanations or interpretations; a commentary
The first section of a sonata form movement which presents the main themes to be developed
The first occurrence of the theme or subject in a work, where the principal idea of the piece is stated
Public trade show
In play construction, the conveyance, through dialogue, of story events that have occurred before the play begins
An exposition of an idea or theory is a detailed explanation or account of it. The fullest exposition of Coleridge's thought can be found in the Statesman's Manual
exposure; as, an easterly exposition; an exposition to the sun
the part of a literary or dramatic work in which the basic facts of setting and character are made known
An exposition is an exhibition in which something such as goods or works of art are shown to the public. an art exposition. = exhibition
a systematic interpretation or explanation (usually written) of a specific topic
Provides background on characters, setting, plot
World Exposition
Generic name for various large international expositions held since the mid 19th century, often called "Expo"
Computer Dealer's Exposition
major semiannual computer trade shows and expositions held in Atlanta (GA, USA) and Las Vegas (NV, USA) alternatively (expositions of the same are also held in other cities all over the world)
state; "set forth one's reasons"
add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing; "She elaborated on the main ideas in her dissertation"
Declared information openly
Explained in clear terms, as in writing
plural of exposition