- to give emphasis to; lay stress upon; stress: to emphasize a point; to emphasize the eyes with mascara.
Also especially British, em·pha·sise.
Origin of emphasize
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We shall therefore not detail any case, but it is wise to reemphasize some facts.The Nervous Housewife
- (tr) to give emphasis or prominence to; stress
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Word Origin and History for reemphasize
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