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e·mer·gent

 (ĭ-mûr′jənt)
adj.
1.
a. Coming into view, existence, or notice: emergent spring shoots; an emergent political leader.
b. Emerging: emergent nations.
2.
a. Rising above a surrounding medium, especially a fluid.
b. Of or relating to aquatic plants such as cattails or rushes that are rooted below a body of water or in an area that is periodically submerged but extend above the water level.
c. Relating to an exceptionally tall tree whose crown extends well above the level of the upper canopy.
3.
a. Arising or occurring unexpectedly: money laid aside for emergent contingencies.
b. Demanding prompt action; urgent.
4. Occurring as a consequence; resultant: economic problems emergent from the restriction of credit.
n.
1. One that is emerging or coming into view or existence.
2.
a. An emergent aquatic plant.
b. An emergent tree.

emergent

(ɪˈmɜːdʒənt)
adj
1. coming into being or notice: an emergent political structure.
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of a nation) recently independent
n
(Botany) an aquatic plant with stem and leaves above the water
eˈmergently adv

e•mer•gent

(ɪˈmɜr dʒənt)

adj.
1. coming into view or notice.
2. rising from or as if from a liquid.
3. coming into existence, esp. with political independence; emerging: an emergent nation.
4. occurring unexpectedly.
5. requiring immediate action; urgent.
6. characterized by evolutionary emergence.
n.
7. an aquatic plant having its stem, leaves, etc., extending above the surface of the water.
[1350–1400; Middle English (< Middle French) < Latin]
e•mer′gent•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.emergent - occurring unexpectedly and requiring urgent action; "emergent repair of an aorta"
sudden - happening without warning or in a short space of time; "a sudden storm"; "a sudden decision"; "a sudden cure"
2.emergent - coming into existence; "an emergent republic"
nascent - being born or beginning; "the nascent chicks"; "a nascent insurgency"

emergent

adjective developing, coming, beginning, rising, appearing, budding, burgeoning, fledgling, nascent, incipient an emergent nationalist movement

emergent

adjective
Compelling immediate attention:
Translations
بارِز، مُنْبَعِث
fremspirende
függetlenné váló
upprennandi; sem er aî koma fram
novo vznikajúcivynárajúci sa
bağımsızlık kazananortaya çıkan

emergent

[ɪˈmɜːdʒənt] ADJ [countries] → emergente

emergent

[ɪˈmɜːrənt] adj [business, democracy] → naissant(e)
emergent nation → pays m émergent

emergent

adj (form) democracy, nation, countryjung, aufstrebend; movement, groupaufstrebend; sexuality, womanhooderwachend

emergent

[ɪˈmɜːdʒnt] adjemergente
emergent nation → paese m in via di sviluppo

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.
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