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to make something more noticeable
to emphasize something or state that it is important
to make something easier to see or notice
to make people pay a lot of attention to someone or something, for example by writing about them in a newspaper
to make something clear or visible so that people can see it or use it
to make something very obvious
to make something available for everyone to see or take part in
to make something more difficult, complicated, or noticeable than is necessary
a British spelling of emphasize
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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