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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of de-emphasise

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of de-emphasise:
/di-ɛmfæsəs/

Derived Form of de-emphasise

verb
third person: de-emphasises
past: de-emphasised
past participle: de-emphasised
present participle: de-emphasising
Verb
1
reduce the emphasis
Synonymsde-emphasize, destress,
Type ofalter, change, modify,

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  1. Lemme re-emphasise that; this is a fungal thread network connecting 90% of the worlds plant life!
  2. We couldn't get a real rabbit. We just wanted to emphasise how disappointing that is...
  3. general to really emphasise Freddie's musical talent over other aspects of his life which
  4. The thing I want to emphasise about
  5. All religions emphasise repetition.
  6. He will emphasise the hits he gets
  7. they somehow emphasise the O a lot more so it becomes Bristolian Bristolian
  8. they sort of emphasise the O's more than we would so a word that emphasises the O
  9. we want to emphasise how much we like or love the thing. So for example, we'd say I love
  10. words. The reason is to really emphasise the importance of them. For example 'that was
  11. amazing' I really want to emphasise that it was a great experience. Another part was 'I
  12. more interesting or funnier or that we want to emphasise a particular point. So these
  13. me, I'm still alive, I'm still going to be ok but we use it to emphasise just how painful
  14. eat a horse. Again not literally but we use it as a phrase to just express and to emphasise
  15. to express or to emphasise that feeling or that emotion.
  16. want to emphasise just how thankful you are you can say 'thanks so much' emphasising the
  17. 'so' there. But if you emphasise the second part, so if you said 'thanks a million' then
  18. your feeling. So which word you emphasise will create a different meaning. So 'thanks
  19. I'm really really hungry, ok? So you put it at the end of a sentence to emphasise what
  20. to do it to emphasise this point just even more than it already is. So there could be