noun, plural ex·pos. (often initial capital letter)
Origin of expo
Examples from the Web for expo
The expo is introduced by Mayor Anne Hildalgo, who describes it as a “sensitive reading of the upheavals in French society.”
In Eloy's expo, there is a nod to Robinson, Galliano's man in the shadows smiling coyly at the stage door.
Tracy McNicoll talks with photographer Grégoire Eloy, whose "Shadow of the Swan" expo is on display in Paris through July 31.
Thyrdely to ioyne our dede with the expo- sicion / & to shew that we onely dyd obserue the very entent of the lawe.The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke|Leonard Cox