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English-German translation for: emphasise
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Dictionary English German: emphasise

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English German
VERB  to emphasise | emphasised | emphasised ... 
SYNO   to emphasise | to emphasize ... 
to emphasise [Br.]
to emphasise sth. [Br.]
etw. hervorheben
to emphasise [Br.]
to emphasise sth.
etw.Akk. prononcieren [bildungssprachlich] [veraltet] [stark betonen]
to emphasise sth. [Br.]den Akzent auf etw.Akk. legen
to de-emphasise sth. [Br.]etw. herunterspielen [kleinreden]
to re-emphasise [Br.]wieder betonen
I cannot emphasise strongly enough ... [Br.]Ich kann nicht stark genug betonen, ...
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A 2015-11-03: Used to point out or emphasise silence.
A 2012-12-01: produktscharf like http://www.dict.cc/?s=emphasise ???
Q 2012-02-27: to emphasise/deliver the main message of the film
A 2011-12-05: emphasise the responsibility
A 2011-11-06: Both are ok, it depends what you want to emphasise.
A 2011-08-12: You could add +your own,+ to emphasise the DIY aspect.
A 2009-03-16: but I want to emphasise that the kids should cross in a STRAIGHT + direct line
A 2008-09-02: First, I should like to emphasise that I don't know anyone else who is tha...
A 2008-07-30: It needs a "really" to emphasise seriousness of the position
A 2008-02-04: I cant emphasise that enough....and in the US I would emphasize even more:-)
A 2008-02-04: to stress vs to emphasise
A 2008-02-04: eigentlich heisst die Redewendung 'never ceases to emphasise that'
A 2008-02-04: What's the difference between +stress+ and +emphasise+?
A 2008-02-04: But since he never stops to emphasise his being straight, we can just lay ...
A 2007-08-19: We emphasise the importance of applying the communication guidelines
A 2006-10-11: Here perhaps: to highlight / emphasise
A 2006-04-06: esmeralda, please ~~~~ emphasiSe (UK) / emphasiZe (US)
A 2006-04-06: emphasiSe (BE), emphaZise (AE)
A 2004-08-18: This form of 'good' is used to emphasise the amount as being favourable an...

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