emblazon (something) on(to) (something)

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emblazon (something) on(to) (something)

1. To decorate something with something. Yikes, Mom, you don't need to emblazon sequins on the entire jacket!
2. To embellish something to make a specific message or affiliation known. The royal armor maker emblazoned the king's crest onto the soldiers' breastplates.
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emblazon something on(to) something

 
1. . to decorate something with something. The workers emblazoned wild decorations on the door. They emblazoned their name on the side of the building.
2. to put some writing or symbols that proclaim something onto something. The knight emblazoned his crest onto his shield. The craftsman emblazoned the knight's crest on his shield.
See also: emblazon, on
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The 89-year-old arrived wearing a classic tux complete with a graphic portraying the film's leading man (Timothee Chalamet) emblazoned onto his button-down.
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So said football manager Sir Alex Ferguson in a quote which is emblazoned onto the wall of the entrance at Hartlepool College of Further Education.
If for nothing else, order dessert simply to be able to see the innovative menu emblazoned onto a frying pan; if you want the theatrics to continue, the fruits flambeed at the table are also worth trying.
Pupils there will over the coming months be producing artwork which will then be emblazoned onto the vehicle, alongside the school's name.
In a piece called Branded Head the ubiquitous Nike swoosh is emblazoned onto the side of a young Black male's bald head.