emphasis (noun) · emphases (plural noun)
1. Emphasis definition is - force or intensity of expression that gives impressiveness or importance to something
2. How to use Emphasis in a sentence.
3. Emphasis synonyms, Emphasis pronunciation, Emphasis translation, English dictionary definition of Emphasis
4. Special forcefulness of expression that gives importance to something singled out; stress: a lecture on housekeeping with Emphasis on
5. Something that is given great stress or importance: Morality was the Emphasis of his speech.
6. 14 synonyms of Emphasis from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 40 related words, definitions, and antonyms
7. Emphasis: a special notice or importance given to something
8. Synonyms: accent, accentuation, stress… Antonyms: de-Emphasis, feebleness, mildness… Find the right word.
9. If you say Emphasis a little louder or with extra oomph in your pronunciation, you are putting Emphasis on the word
10. This Emphasis makes it clear that special attention, or Emphasis, should be given to the word
11. Now, having repeated Emphasis so many times, the "s" sound really stands out, sort of …
12. The definition of Emphasis is special attention put on something to give it importance
13. An example of Emphasis is bolding the font of a particular word in a document to bring attention to it
14. An example of Emphasis is a woman wearing a low cut shirt in order to bring attention to her cleavage.
15. There are four general forms of Emphasis which serve as indications of the characteristics of expression
16. EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTURE JESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK It is that from which the former, by the addition of a prefix, which gives Emphasis to the meaning, is derived
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18. Synonyms for Emphasis in Free Thesaurus
19. 25 synonyms for Emphasis: importance, attention, weight, significance, stress, strength, priority
20. Emphasis Through Strategic Word or Clause Placement When your aim is to point the reader toward key facts and phrases, using introductory adverbs and adverb phrases can be very effective
21. Special importance or significance; "the red light gave the central figure increased Emphasis"; "the room was decorated in shades of grey with distinctive red accents"
22. / ˈem.fə.sɪs / plural emphases uk / ˈem.fə.siːz / us / ˈem.fə.siːz / B2 the particular importance or attention that is given to something: I think we should put as much Emphasis on preventing disease as we do …
23. Emphasis on/upon doing something The Emphasis is very much on learning the spoken language
24. There is too much Emphasis on reducing costs
25. With an Emphasis on something We provide all types of information, with an Emphasis on legal advice
26. There has been a shift of Emphasis from manufacturing to service industries.
27. In processing electronic audio signals, pre-Emphasis refers to a system process designed to increase (within a frequency band) the magnitude of some (usually higher) frequencies with respect to the magnitude of other (usually lower) frequencies in order to improve the overall signal-to-noise ratio by minimizing the adverse effects of such phenomena as attenuation distortion or saturation of recording …
28. An Emphasis on male offspring and the male line is found throughout the country.: However, the Emphasis is upon providing a service to support technostructure in a dynamic environment.: The look is deliberately natural, with an Emphasis on indigenous plants such as swamp mallow and drought-tolerant ornamental grasses.: Like all great styles before it, art nouveau had different emphases and
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30. Emphasis is special or extra importance that is given to an activity or to a part or aspect of something
31. Too much Emphasis is placed on research
32. American English: Emphasis / ˈɛmfəsɪs /
33. Emphasis - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
34. Generally, more Emphasis is given to the beginning of a sentence
35. See 5 authoritative translations of Emphasis in Spanish with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations.
36. ‘An Emphasis on this element indicate a practical, cautious, and pragmatic approach to life.’ ‘This indicates a shift of Emphasis among ethnographers as to what folk art meant.’ ‘Women are her main protagonists and she places Emphasis on the closed domesticity of an interior female world.’
37. Emphasis is a principle of art which occurs any time an element of a piece is given dominance by the artist
38. An Emphasis on slower tempos gives Black the opportunity to show off her very accomplished legato playing
39. Internal promotions continue to rise as firms place greater Emphasis on staff retention
40. There is a tremendous Emphasis on carnality, even animality, from the outset of play.
41. Special forcefulness of expression that gives importance to something singled out; stress: a lecture on housekeeping with Emphasis on neatness; paused for Emphasis, then announced the winner's name
42. Special attention or effort directed toward something: a small-town newspaper's Emphasis
43. Emphasis is extra force that you put on a syllable, word, or phrase when you are speaking in order to make it seem more important
44. The Emphasis is on the first syllable of the last word
45. Synonyms: stress , accent , accentuation , force More Synonyms of Emphasis
46. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Linguistics Emphasis em‧pha‧sis / ˈemfəsɪs / W2 AWL noun (plural emphases /-siːz /) [countable, uncountable] 1 EMPHASIZE special attention or importance Emphasis on In Japan there is a lot of Emphasis on politeness
47. Put/place Emphasis on something The course places Emphasis on practical work.
48. Emphasis is a principle of art which refers to the use of visual elements to draw attention to a certain area, usually a focal point, in an artwork.
49. There are many ways you could go about using Emphasis in your art
50. The aim of our Eplerenone in Mild Patients Hospitalization and Survival Study in Heart Failure (Emphasis-HF) was to investigate the effects of eplerenone, added to evidence-based therapy, on
51. The Plural of Emphasis The plural of Emphasis is emphases
52. The noun Emphasis has a Greek root, which is the derivation of the plural emphases
53. Too much Emphasis is placed on research
54. Morality was the Emphasis of his speech
55. Some schools put/lay/place great Emphasis on language study
56. Teachers have expressed concern about the Emphasis on testing
57. Listen to all All sentences (with pause) Used with adjectives: " My parents put a lot of Emphasis on good grades
58. (a lot of, considerable, huge, great, strong) " Creativity is given little Emphasis at some schools
59. (little) " There is a continued Emphasis on improving test scores
60. (continued, growing, renewed) " The teachers put primary Emphasis on comprehension.
61. Examples of Emphasis in a sentence
62. Police officers often put a great deal of Emphasis on wearing your seatbelt because it is the most important part of keeping you safe on the road.
63. Area of Emphasis: An area of Emphasis is a specific subject area within an approved degree program and major
64. Normally, a minimum of 12 credit hours and no more than 18 credit hours are expected for an area of Emphasis within a baccalaureate degree program
65. The Mechatronics Emphasis is a relatively broad and flexible Emphasis area that gives students the freedom to customize their expertise in designing, modeling, controlling, and experimenting with mechatronic systems, integrating skills in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering.
66. The Emphasis would be equivalent to a major in painting
67. Another option is for the Emphasis to be a concentration within your specific discipline
68. Examples: A BA in History with an Emphasis in Medieval History, a Masters of Public Policy with an
69. Often times, artist will use contrast to help create an "Emphasis" point in their piece
70. Emphasis was a staple in my high school days
71. Emphasis may also be created or increased by pausing just before the word or phrase to emphasize
72. Emphasis can also be added with body language, for example by nodding or tilting the body forward slightly in time with verbal Emphasis.
73. “The world put's too much Emphasis on what a person does in terms of monetary value and social status as opposed to who they are
74. Guild summary for the Alliance guild 'Emphasis' on Sargeras - US
75. There is a strong Emphasis on math and science at the school
76. The scientific career of Descartes, with special Emphasis on his physics, is presented in Shea (1991)
77. Place, put, lay; The new information-based economy placed greater Emphasis on new technical knowledge
78. Shift; By 1915, the Emphasis shifted from farming to ranching