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e·merge

 (ĭ-mûrj′)
intr.v. e·merged, e·merg·ing, e·merg·es
1. To move out or away from a surrounding fluid, covering, or shelter: seals emerging from the water; animals emerging from the forest.
2.
a. To come into view: The house emerged in the fog. See Synonyms at appear.
b. To become conscious: emerge from sleep.
c. To become known or prominent after being in obscurity: evidence that emerged from the investigation; new leaders that emerged from the party ranks.
3. To come into existence: a period when many new life forms emerged.

[Latin ēmergere : ē-, ex-, ex- + mergere, to immerse.]

emerge

(ɪˈmɜːdʒ)
vb
1. to come up to the surface of or rise from water or other liquid
2. to come into view, as from concealment or obscurity: he emerged from the cave.
3. (foll by from) to come out (of) or live (through a difficult experience): he emerged from his ordeal with dignity.
4. to become apparent: several interesting things emerged from the report.
[C17: from Latin ēmergere to rise up from, from mergere to dip]
eˈmerging adj

e•merge

(ɪˈmɜrdʒ)

v.i. e•merged, e•merg•ing.
1. to come forth into view, as from concealment.
2. to rise or come forth from or as if from water.
3. to arise, as a question.
4. to come into existence; develop.
5. to rise, as from an inferior state.
[1630–40; < Latin ēmergere=ē- e- + mergere to dive, sink]

emerge


Past participle: emerged
Gerund: emerging

Imperative
emerge
emerge
Present
I emerge
you emerge
he/she/it emerges
we emerge
you emerge
they emerge
Preterite
I emerged
you emerged
he/she/it emerged
we emerged
you emerged
they emerged
Present Continuous
I am emerging
you are emerging
he/she/it is emerging
we are emerging
you are emerging
they are emerging
Present Perfect
I have emerged
you have emerged
he/she/it has emerged
we have emerged
you have emerged
they have emerged
Past Continuous
I was emerging
you were emerging
he/she/it was emerging
we were emerging
you were emerging
they were emerging
Past Perfect
I had emerged
you had emerged
he/she/it had emerged
we had emerged
you had emerged
they had emerged
Future
I will emerge
you will emerge
he/she/it will emerge
we will emerge
you will emerge
they will emerge
Future Perfect
I will have emerged
you will have emerged
he/she/it will have emerged
we will have emerged
you will have emerged
they will have emerged
Future Continuous
I will be emerging
you will be emerging
he/she/it will be emerging
we will be emerging
you will be emerging
they will be emerging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been emerging
you have been emerging
he/she/it has been emerging
we have been emerging
you have been emerging
they have been emerging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been emerging
you will have been emerging
he/she/it will have been emerging
we will have been emerging
you will have been emerging
they will have been emerging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been emerging
you had been emerging
he/she/it had been emerging
we had been emerging
you had been emerging
they had been emerging
Conditional
I would emerge
you would emerge
he/she/it would emerge
we would emerge
you would emerge
they would emerge
Past Conditional
I would have emerged
you would have emerged
he/she/it would have emerged
we would have emerged
you would have emerged
they would have emerged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.emerge - come out into view, as from concealment; "Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office"
appear - come into sight or view; "He suddenly appeared at the wedding"; "A new star appeared on the horizon"
burst - emerge suddenly; "The sun burst into view"
shell - fall out of the pod or husk; "The corn shelled"
2.emerge - come out of; "Water issued from the hole in the wall"; "The words seemed to come out by themselves"
pop out - come out suddenly or forcefully; "you stick a bill in the vending machine and the change pops out"
radiate - issue or emerge in rays or waves; "Heat radiated from the metal box"
leak - enter or escape as through a hole or crack or fissure; "Water leaked out of the can into the backpack"; "Gas leaked into the basement"
escape - issue or leak, as from a small opening; "Gas escaped into the bedroom"
fall - come out; issue; "silly phrases fell from her mouth"
debouch - pass out or emerge; especially of rivers; "The tributary debouched into the big river"
fall out, come out - come off; "His hair and teeth fell out"
3.emerge - become known or apparent; "Some nice results emerged from the study"
appear - come into sight or view; "He suddenly appeared at the wedding"; "A new star appeared on the horizon"
4.emerge - come up to the surface of or rise; "He felt new emotions emerge"
rise up, surface, come up, rise - come to the surface
5.emerge - happen or occur as a result of something
arise, originate, spring up, uprise, develop, grow, rise - come into existence; take on form or shape; "A new religious movement originated in that country"; "a love that sprang up from friendship"; "the idea for the book grew out of a short story"; "An interesting phenomenon uprose"
break - come forth or begin from a state of latency; "The first winter storm broke over New York"

emerge

verb
1. come out, appear, come up, surface, rise, proceed, arise, turn up, spring up, emanate, materialize, issue, come into view, come forth, become visible, manifest yourself He was waiting outside as she emerged from the building.
come out withdraw, disappear, sink, fade, retreat, depart, wane, recede, submerge, vanish from sight
2. become apparent, develop, come out, turn up, become known, come to light, crop up, transpire, materialize, become evident, come out in the wash Several interesting facts emerged from his story.

emerge

verb
1. To come into view:
Idioms: make an appearance, meet the eye.
2. To begin to appear or develop:
Translations
يَبْرُزيَظْهَر، يُصْبِحُ مَعْروفا
dukke op
ilmaantua
kiemelkedik
koma fram, koma í ljóskoma í ljós
atsirandantisbesiformuojantisiškilti aikštėn
atklātiesizrādītiesparādītiesuzpeldēt
prikazati se
meydana/su yüzüne çıkmakortaya/meydana çıkmak

emerge

[ɪˈmɜːdʒ] VIsalir (from de) [truth] → saberse, resplandecer; [facts, problems] → surgir, presentarse; [theory, new nation] → surgir
it emerges thatresulta que
what has emerged from this inquiry?¿qué se saca de esta investigación?

emerge

[ɪˈmɜːrdʒ] vi
(= come out) → sortir
to emerge from sth (from room, building)sortir de qch
The nation is emerging from the recession → Le pays est en train de sortir de la récession.
(= come to light) [evidence, fact, details] → apparaître
to emerge from sth (from investigation)ressortir de qch; (from discussion)se dégager de qch
it emerges that ... (British)il ressort que ...
(= come into being) [new nation] → naître; [industry] → apparaître

emerge

vi
(= come out)auftauchen; he emerged from behind the sheder tauchte hinter dem Schuppen auf; one arm emerged from beneath the blanketein Arm tauchte unter der Decke hervor; he emerged from the house/a meetinger kam aus dem Haus/aus einer Besprechung; we emerged into the bright daylightwir kamen heraus in das helle Tageslicht; the country is emerging from civil wardas Land hat den Bürgerkrieg überwunden; the economy is starting to emerge from the recessiondie Wirtschaft beginnt sich von der Rezession zu erholen; to emerge unscathedungeschoren davonkommen; to emerge victorioussiegreich hervorgehen; he emerged (as) the winnerer ging als Sieger hervor
(= come into being: life, new nation) → entstehen
(truth, nature of problem etc)sich herausstellen, herauskommen (from bei); (facts)sich herausstellen, an den Tag kommen; it emerges that …es stellt sich heraus, dass …; signs are emerging that …es gibt Anzeichen dafür, dass …; but what will emerge from all this?aber was wird sich aus all dem ergeben?

emerge

[ɪˈmɜːdʒ] vi to emerge (from)spuntare (da); (from water) (fig) (truth, facts, theory) → emergere (da); (problems, new nation) → sorgere (da)
it emerged that (Brit) → è risultato che

emerge

(iˈməːdʒ) verb
1. to come out; to come into view. The swimmer emerged from the water; He was already thirty before his artistic talent emerged.
2. to become known. It emerged that they had had a disagreement.
eˈmergence noun
eˈmergent adjective
being in the process of emerging or developing. the emergent nations.

emerge

vi. brotar, emerger, surgir, salir.
References in classic literature ?
A universal shriek arose as the russet boots waved wildly from the wreck and a golden head emerged, exclaiming, "I told you so
When she was a young girl Henry Carpenter made life almost unbearable for Belle, but as she emerged from girlhood into womanhood he lost his power over her.
But the increasing lights, and the attacks made by the Indians and the white travelers turned the tide of battle, and, with silent flappings of their soft, velvety wings, the bats flew back to the jungle whence they had emerged.
Immediately she pointed to the bank out of which she had emerged and said, `House no good, house no good
For many minutes the intricacy of the route admitted of no further dialogue; after which they emerged from the broad border of underbrush which grew along the line of the highway, and entered under the high but dark arches of the forest.
His face was turned to the hillside, where a man had just emerged from the woods, and was halting irresolutely before the glaring expanse of upheaved gravel and glistening boulders that stretched between him and the shaded group.
After arranging matters to her satisfaction, Phoebe emerged from her chamber, with a purpose to descend again into the garden.
I dashed at the place in which I had left her lying and over which (for the small silk counterpane and the sheets were disarranged) the white curtains had been deceivingly pulled forward; then my step, to my unutterable relief, produced an answering sound: I perceived an agitation of the window blind, and the child, ducking down, emerged rosily from the other side of it.
At last, he emerged with his hat very much dented and crushed down over his eyes, and began creaking and limping about the room, as if, not being much accustomed to boots, his pair of damp, wrinkled cowhide ones -- probably not made to order either --rather pinched and tormented him at the first go off of a bitter cold morning.
Master Freddie stood for a moment or two, gazing about him; then out of the next room a dog emerged, a monstrous bulldog, the most hideous object that Jurgis had ever laid eyes upon.
Here the boys emerged from under the table, and, with hands and faces well plastered with molasses, began a vigorous kissing of the baby.
When I came out of prison--for some one interfered, and paid that tax--I did not perceive that great changes had taken place on the common, such as he observed who went in a youth and emerged a gray-headed man; and yet a change had come to my eyes come over the scene--the town, and State, and country, greater than any that mere time could effect.