listen to the pronunciation of emphasis
İngilizce - Türkçe
(Hukuk) vurgu

Biz samimi olmanın önemini vurgularız. - We lay emphasis on the importance of being sincere.

Bu nokta özel bir vurguyu hak ediyor. - This point deserves special emphasis.

{i} önem

O, eğitimin önemini vurguladı. - He placed emphasis on the importance of education.

Paraya çok fazla önem vermemeliyiz. - We should not place too much emphasis on money.

bir şeye verilen önem
üzerinde durma
{i} üzerinde durulan nokta
{ç} em.pha.ses (em'fısiz)
{i} vurgu, vurgulama
önem verilen husus
verilen önem
önem vermemezlik
emphasis camp out
vurgu kamp dışarı
emphasis on
önem vermek
put emphasis on
üzerinde durmak
excessive emphasis
aşırı vurgulama
add emphasis
budget emphasis
bütçe vurgusu
de emphasis
de vurgu
for emphasis
vurgu için
lay emphasis on
lay vurgu üzerinde
main emphasis
ana vurgu
over emphasis
üzerine vurgu
put emphasis on something
Birşeye önem vermek
receive emphasis
character emphasis
karakter vurgulama
f., İng., bak. emphasize
equal emphasis
(Bilgisayar) eşit vurgu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Related to bold
Special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important

He paused for emphasis before saying who had won.

Prominence given to a syllable or words, by raising the voice or printing in italic or underlined type

He used a yellow highlighter to indicate where to give emphasis in his speech.

Special attention or prominence given to something

Anglia TV's emphasis is on Norwich and district.

any special impressiveness added to an utterance or act, or stress laid upon some word
the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch); "he put the stress on the wrong syllable"
{n} a remarkable stress laid on a word
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A peculiar impressiveness of expression or weight of thought; vivid representation, enforcing assent; as, to dwell on a subject with great emphasis
{i} importance that is attached to something; accent or stress that is placed on a word or words
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A 6dB/octave level boost applied to frequencies above 3 5kHz before A/D conversion AfterD/Aconversion,a6dB/octave level cut is applied, often called de-emphasis
Sometimes used to describe resonance
A deliberate stress of articulation on a word or phrase so as to give an impression of particular significance to it by the more marked pronunciation In writing, emphasis is indicated by the use of italics or underlining (Compare Accent) (See also under Spondee)
Principle of design that stresses one element or area to attract the viewer's attention first
An element of text that calls attention to the text (usually by being formatted as italic)
A principle of art and design concerned with making one or more elements in a work of art stand out in such a way as to appear more important or significant
A particular stress of utterance, or force of voice, given in reading and speaking to one or more words whose signification the speaker intends to impress specially upon his audience
special importance or significance; "the red light gave the central figure increased emphasis"; "the room was decorated in shades of gray with distinctive red accents"
refers to points of interest that focus the viewer’s eye to important parts within the body of work
refers to the use of any technique that stresses or gives dominance to a single feature-or several features-of an artwork Artists often use emphasized elements to direct a viewer's attention to what they consider to be the most important aspects of a composition
  In FM transmission, the intentional alteration of the amplitude-vs -frequency characteristics of the signal to reduce adverse effects of noise in a communication system   (188) Note: The high-frequency signal components are emphasized to produce a more equal modulation index for the transmitted frequency spectrum, and therefore a better signal-to-noise ratio for the entire frequency range
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principle of design that uses a concentration of interest in particular part or area of a design
color dominance, focal areas, and visual emphasis with shapes Emphasis is used by artists to create dominance and focus in their work Artists can emphasize color, value, shapes, or other art elements to achieve dominance Various kinds of contrast can be used to emphasize a center of interest syn Dominance and center of interest
An area of specialized study in a program
the character is thickened, either vertically or horizontally or both, by redrawing it in different positions
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. `I might have know it!' Miss Burnett said with emphasis The emphasis is on the first syllable of the last word
special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e g
The principle of design that stresses one feature as being the center around which the rest of the design is coordinated
12 semester hour minimum within the major
Nonverbal cues strengthen verbal messages (See 104)
special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e
Emphasis is special or extra importance that is given to an activity or to a part or aspect of something. Too much emphasis is placed on research Grant puts a special emphasis on weather in his paintings. = stress
intensity or forcefulness of expression; "the vehemence of his denial"; "his emphasis on civil rights"
A situation can be stressed or emphasized in several ways
A speaking technique that highlights ideas by saying certain expressions louder, more slowly, or more deliberately When quoting any given passage from God's Word, numerous points might be made Speakers isolate points they wish to highlight by using proper emphasis Reading the Scriptures with emphasis is covered as a study topic in the School Guidebook [sg chapter 25] <<The importance of emphasis is seen in the difference between the sentences: ``Look ahead on the road!'' and ``Look! A head! On the road!''>>
Any forcefulness that gives importance to some feature or features of an artwork; something singled out, stressed, or drawn attention to for aesthetic impact
Special stress given to an element to make it stand out
Emphasis Start tag "turns on" emphasized (ex "bold") text End tag "turns off" emphasized text May be used within paragraphs and the Catalog title block Attribute values identify type of emphasis Allowable emphasis types are bold, italics, and underline Default value is “bold” Attributes: type (bold | italics | underline) “bold” -- Emphasis Type --
emphasis camp out
If you say that people camp out somewhere in the open air, you are emphasizing that they stay there for a long time, because they are waiting for something to happen. reporters who had camped out in anticipation of her arrival. see camp 4
the act of de-emphasizing
a reduction in emphasis
Alternative spelling of emphasize
lay emphasis on
Lay emphasis on, lay stress on, lay weight on: Emphasize, treat as being particularly important
plural of emphasis
British, alternative spelling of emphasize
give extra weight to (a communication); "Her gesture emphasized her words"
to stress, single out as important; "Dr Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet"
{f} stress, accentuate the importance of, underscore; make more obviously defined (e.g.: "The skirt she is wearing emphasises her waist), emphasize
{i} attaching special importance or significance to something; act of giving emphasis (also emphasizing)
give emphasis to
stress, emphasize, show the importance of
lay emphasis
emphasize, stress
lend emphasis to
stress, accent, place emphasis on
with emphasis
with stress, with extra attention