English version

bring/throw something into relief

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbring/throw something into reliefbring/throw something into relief (also stand out in relief)CLEAR/EASY TO SEE to make something very noticeable, or to be very noticeablesharp/stark relief The tree stood out in stark relief against the snow. The article throws into sharp relief the differences between the two theories. relief
Examples from the Corpus
bring/throw something into reliefThe touches or larger areas of primary colours that throw the figures into relief are now less strident, more resonant.
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