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emphasize

verb ( present participle emphasizing, past tense and past participle emphasized) ( UK usually -ise)
 
/ˈem·fə·saɪz/
to show that something is important or needs special attention
mettere in evidenza
He emphasized the importance of learning foreign languages.
Translations of “emphasize”
in Korean 강조하다…
in Arabic يُؤَكِّد…
in Portuguese enfatizar, ressaltar, salientar…
in Catalan recalcar…
in Japanese ~を強調する…
in Chinese (Traditional) 強調, 重視, 使突出…
in Russian придавать значение, подчеркивать…
in Turkish belirtmek, vurgulamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强调, 重视, 使突出…
in Polish podkreślać…
(Definition of emphasize from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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