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lay emphasis/stress on something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlay emphasis/stress on somethinglay emphasis/stress on somethingEMPHASIZE formal to emphasize something because you believe it is very important a political philosophy that lays great stress on individual responsibility lay
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lay emphasis/stress on somethingShe said that her interview had laid stress on personal circumstances rather than experience and qualifications.In addition to the need for humility, discipline and singleminded devotion in the quest for Truth Gandhi lays stress on prayer.In the matter of ultimate aesthetic evaluation it laid stress on the intuitive response of the general public.
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