In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(phrase/word) enfatizar(phrase/word) poner énfasis en
- The words which I have emphasised replace the words of the section as enacted in the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965.
- There are, as it seems to me, good reasons for the inclusion of the words which I have emphasised.
- I want to emphasize all the words in the title of this conference.
- She turned deliberately and looked him directly in the face as she replied, carefully emphasizing each word in a low, even tone,
- The words I have emphasised give rise to two issues of interpretation on which the parties are fundamentally divided.
- Some authors do underline words they want to emphasise.
- The word ‘my’ was extremely emphasized, as though she owned it and was made to give it away.
- She read each report out loud, emphasizing each and every word.
- I said that slowly, emphasizing each and every word.
- I keep referring to the word ‘disclosure’ because that is the word I am emphasising in my new title for this bill.
- I will read them as they now appear in the Act of 1948 and emphasise the significant words.
- The lack of response prompted the creature to repeat his words, emphasizing each as he screamed them at the man he had once cared for as deeply as a brother.
2(point/warning/fact) recalcar(fact/point/warning) hacer hincapié en(fact/point/warning) enfatizarit cannot be too strongly emphasized that … — no puede repetirse bastante que …
- The findings emphasize the deleterious effects of cocaine on the brain and the potential for improvement with medications.
- Paz also emphasizes the importance of selecting the right equipment before the project starts.
- I can't emphasize enough how important it is to pay attention to your body.
- It is important to emphasize that dementia is a syndrome and not a disease.
- One scholar emphasizes the necessity of developing a code to label research findings during data analysis.
- Other forms of treatment emphasize learning to adjust to the disorder rather than removing the problematic behaviour.
- I can't emphasize enough what respect I have for the kind of research Crouch has done.
- Each speaker emphasized that business, government and the media all must learn how to function in crisis mode.
- And the complexity of humans is something that is emphasized throughout this book.
- Yet many people emphasized that training alone did not make a good worker.
- It also emphasized that groundwater contamination had become a critical problem.
- Contending approaches emphasize different aspects of the integration process.
- The findings emphasize the value of farming coffee in shaded environments.
- Yet it is important to emphasize that liberalism did not disappear.
- We invent indices that extract and emphasize only those aspects of the data that are of interest.
- Several authors have particularly emphasized the importance of protein synthesis.
- Taylor's study emphasizes the impact of humans on fish in streams and rivers.
- He also emphasized that architecture should harmonize with nature.
- It was emphasized that - just as in the earlier age of globalization - there are winners and losers.
- The authors emphasize how the development of mathematical understanding is related to individual differences rather than group differences.
- Scholars now emphasize the increasing political power of the peasants.
- From the very beginning, it was emphasized that European integration should be an ongoing process.
3(highlight, bring out)(fault/value) poner de relieve(feature/shape) resaltar(shape/feature) hacer resaltar
- Michael stood up straight, making sure to emphasize his height and build… just in case.
- A shorter jacket will emphasize your height as well as your skinny waist, arms and legs.
- Chanel's Spring collection only emphasizes the classic fashions that define the Chanel line.
- We suffer as we struggle to define our individuality and hence simultaneously emphasize our separateness.
- By placing the code which defines the work before the work itself, it emphasizes the link between computational and conceptual art.
- The underside is defined with a hard sharp shadow that emphasizes the top image fading into the walls and ceiling.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.