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English definition of “emblazon”

emblazon

verb [T usually passive]     /ɪmˈbleɪ.zən/ (also blazon)
to print or decorate something in a very noticeable way: Her name was emblazoned across the front of the theatre . cars emblazoned with the company logo Apparent and obviousVisible
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