I would say oh-ver-FLOW-ing, with a minor stress, perhaps, on
The stress mark on 'comb' over the O.
NUM-ber The stress is on NUM.
the stress is on the second syllable of "barometer".
The stress is on the second syllable -- reMEMber
only if the stream is 'overflowing' then you can say that its overflowing if not then don't say its 'overflowing'
It depends on the word.
Use a stress mark when you use a word that requires an accent mark. Examples: déjà vu, café, flambé
In the word minnow, the stress is on the first syllable, min.
The stress is on the first syllable. PAR-a-graph
Hez - i - teyt - stress on Hez
The stress is on the first three letters Village
溢れ means overflowing
stress mark in the word above
fi-nesse stress mark after the second syllable
The accent is on the first syllable.
About is stressed on the second syllable.
syllabication of ambassador
the fist syllable is stressed.
you can dance around
The stress is on the second part. It would look a bit like "obTAIN".
Format is stressed on the first syllable.
Writer is stressed on the first syllable.
Govern is stressed on the first syllable.
Subject is stressed on the first syllable.
Abbreviation is stressed on the fourth syllable.