- v.重读( accentuate的过去式和过去分词 ); 使突出; 使恶化; 加重音符号于;
He wore a belted raincoat that accentuated his portly middle.
The problem is accentuated by a shortage of water and electricity.
Her black hair accentuated the delicateness of her skin.
Her short hair accentuated her eyes.
The whole air of menace was accentuated by the fact that he was so cordial and soft-voiced.
Her white dress accentuated her sunburn.
Her suit was so well tailored that it accentuated her graceful figure.
Increasing genetic uniformity in crops has accentuated the potential effect of diseases.
The problem accentuated by a shortage of water and electricity.
Her black hair accentuated the whiteness of her skin.
The number was accentuated by a low murder rate in 1999.
The tight jumper only accentuated his fat stomach.
This is accentuated by Wednesday's bewildering New Moon.
Occiput not accentuated , the skull forming a gentle curve where it fits well into the neck.
This sudden and sometimes severely accentuated gravity resembled the disdain of a goddess.