- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emphasise.
“I just think the ‘meedja’ really are pathetic and this once again emphasises that point. xxx”
“I just think the ‘meedja’ really are pathetic and this once again emphasises that point. scotinsp”
“On film, well - Hoffman's character Benjamin is young, certainly, but the very title emphasises that he has adult status: a college graduate.”
“The new name emphasises the close ties that SIX Telekurs Ltd has with its affiliated companies of the SIX Group and also signifies the increased international focus the organisation has adopted.”
“The term "Cambridge Platonists" is, perhaps, less appropriate than that of "Latitudinarians," which latter name emphasises their broad-mindedness (even if it carries with it something of disapproval).”
“I wished to range father and son on either side of the dividing summary; for though the elder wrote long after 1850 and the younger some time before it, in hardly any pair is the opposition of the earlier and later times more clearly exposed; and the identity of name emphasises the difference of nature.”
“When asked about this comment later, he said: "I think that phrase emphasises that I am not making any assumptions in this case.”
“Pisey Phal, the chief executive of CCSF, emphasises that her organisation is concerned with poverty alleviation, not profits.”
“Ordoliberalism is a school of liberalism that emphasises the need for the state to ensure that the free market produces results close to its theoretical potential (see allocative efficiency).”
“According to Eugene Tay, editor of Singapore's Green Business Times, Singapore's political leaders have responded to the growing global concern over climate change with a three-pronged programme that emphasises the environment, water, and clean energy.”
‘emphasises’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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