emphasis

  1. special importance or significance
  2. intensity or forcefulness of expression
  3. special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e.g.
  4. the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)

Emphasis

• (n.) A peculiar impressiveness of expression or weight of thought; vivid representation, enforcing assent; as, to dwell on a subject with great emphasis. • (n.) A particular stress of utterance, or force of voice, given in reading and speaking to one or more words whose signification the speaker intends to impress specially upon his aud...
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emphasis

accent noun the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch); `he put the stress on the wrong syllable`
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emphasis

accent noun special importance or significance; `the red light gave the central figure increased emphasis`; `the room was decorated in shades of grey with distinctive red accents`
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emphasis

[Noun] The extra force you put on a word to make it seem more important. You could do this by saying the word louder or by saying it slower. Emphasis can also be the special importance that is given to something.
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Emphasis

[telecommunications] In telecommunications emphasis is the intentional alteration of the amplitude-vs.-frequency characteristics of the signal to reduce adverse effects of noise in a communication system. The whole system of pre-emphasis and de-emphasis is called emphasis. The high-frequency signal components are emphasized to produce a mor...
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Emphasis

[typography] In typography, emphasis is the exaggeration of words in a text with a font in a different style from the rest of the text—to emphasize them. == Methods and use == The most common methods in Western typography fall under the general technique of emphasis through a change or modification of font: italics, boldface and small cap...
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Emphasis

Em'pha·sis (ĕm'fȧ*sĭs) noun ; plural Emphases (- sēz). [ Latin , from Greek 'e`mfasis significance, force of expression, from 'emfai`nein to show in, indicate; 'en in + fai`nein to show. See In , and Pha...
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Emphasis

An HTML tag used to emphasize text. Please note that it is more important that copy reads well to hu
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emphasis

emphasis 1. Special stress laid upon, or importance attached to, anything. 2. Anything that is given great stress or importance. 3. Special and significant stress of voice placed on particular words or syllables as indicated by position, repetition, or some other indication. 4. Intensity or force of expression, action, etc. 5. Prominence, as in ...
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emphasis

Emphasis means the stress that is placed on special words or phrases by way of imagery, punctuation, structure, and other features of style. Emphasis tells the reader that a certain passage is more important than others.
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emphasis

énfasis, hincapié
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Emphasis

Filtering applied to an audio signal before storage or transmission to improve the signal-to-noise ratio at high frequencies. See also: De-Emphasis.
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Emphasis

In rhetoric, emphasis is a special stress or force given to some syllable, word, or words in speaking, in order to impress the hearers in some desired manner, thus differing from
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emphasis

Origin: L, fr. Gr. Significance, force of expression, fr. To show in, indicate; in + to show. See In, and Phase. ... 1. A particular stress of utterance, or force of voice, given in reading and speaking to one or more words whose signification the speaker intends to impress specially upon his audience. 'The province of emphasis is so much more impo...
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emphasis

special importance or significance
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emphasis

[n] - special importance or significance 2. [n] - special and significant stress by means of position or repetition e.g.
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