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Translation of acentuar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: acentuarse verbo pronominal

  • to become accentuated
    nuestras diferencias se han ido acentuando últimamente
    our differences have become more accentuated o pronounced o marked recently
Example sentences
  • Ahora tenemos un problema con Hidrocapital, que se ha acentuado en los últimos meses.
  • Todo ello contribuye a acentuar la brecha y conspira contra la paz social.
  • También hay malas prácticas que han acentuado el problema.

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