Phrase of the Day (bring to the fore)-20JUL21

Phrase of the Day (bring to the fore)-20JUL21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is bring to the fore and its meaning is “to move forward something into a most important position; to make something more noticeable; draw/call attention to; highlight, accentuate, underscore”.

Example Sentence: Every religion is riven (split) by caste. Like with religion, 64% say that it is “very important” to prevent women from crossing caste boundaries in marriage, and 70% affirm that “most or all of their close friends share their caste”. Again, the Survey (by Pew Research Center) brings to the fore the central contradiction of a democratic nation that is divided by compartmentalised hierarchies. 

Phrase of the Day (bring to the fore)-20JUL21

This phrase is present in The Hindu article A ‘tolerant’ India can be majoritarian and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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