put something into (stark) relief

put something into (stark) relief
put/throw/something into ( sharp/stark/) relief phrase
to make something very obvious

The episode throws into sharp relief the enormous cultural divide between these two communities.

Thesaurus: to make something more obvious or noticeablesynonym
Main entry: relief

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • put something into (sharp) relief — put/throw/something into ( sharp/stark/) relief phrase to make something very obvious The episode throws into sharp relief the enormous cultural divide between these two communities. Thesaurus: to make something more obvious or noticeable …   Useful english dictionary

  • throw something into (stark) relief — put/throw/something into ( sharp/stark/) relief phrase to make something very obvious The episode throws into sharp relief the enormous cultural divide between these two communities. Thesaurus: to make something more obvious or noticeable …   Useful english dictionary

  • throw something into (sharp) relief — put/throw/something into ( sharp/stark/) relief phrase to make something very obvious The episode throws into sharp relief the enormous cultural divide between these two communities. Thesaurus: to make something more obvious or noticeable …   Useful english dictionary

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