Definición de de-emphasize en inglés:

de-emphasize

Saltos de línea: de-emphasize
Pronunciación: /diːˈɛmfəsʌɪz
 
/
(also de-emphasise)

verbo

[with object]
Reduce the importance or prominence given to (something): commentators tend to de-emphasize parental culpability
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Like the House of Lords the Court has de-emphasized the notion of parental ‘rights’ in the determination of these questions.
  • Stewart would be unwise to rule out this strategy as a tool for delivering value but could reduce investor concern considerably by de-emphasising it for now and undertaking to deliver organic growth as a first priority.
  • Groves believes that the Flores pygmies display prognathism - a prominent mouth that de-emphasizes the chin.

Derivativos

de-emphasis

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Housing activists say that the change indicates a de-emphasis on affordable housing.
  • This approach, coupled with Confucian conservatism and formality, has led to a deliberate de-emphasis of humor.
  • A loss of the feminine and its importance in the economy of salvation is part of the legacy of the Protestant Reformation and its de-emphasis of the iconic elements of faith.

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Palabra del día ween
Pronunciación: wiːn
verb
be of the opinion; think or suppose