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emerge definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go up from or just as if from immersion: Sea mammals must emerge sporadically to inhale.
    • ahead forth from obscurity: brand-new frontrunners whom may emerge.
    • To become evident: the reality emerged in the inquest.
    • ahead into presence. See Synonyms at appear.
    • To rise from a fluid; in the future forth from that for which everything was plunged, enveloped, or concealed; to issue and search
    • To rise from or just as if from immersion: water mammals must emerge sporadically to breathe.
    • ahead forth from obscurity: brand new frontrunners which may emerge.
    • In order to become obvious: The truth surfaced at inquest.
    • in the future into presence. See Synonyms at appear.
    • to go up away from a fluid; ahead forth from that where such a thing has-been plunged, enveloped, or concealed; to issue and appear
    • to increase from or like from immersion: Sea animals must emerge occasionally to breathe.
    • To come forth from obscurity: brand new frontrunners just who may emerge.
    • to be obvious: The truth surfaced within inquest.
    • in the future into presence. See Synonyms at appear.
    • to go up away from a fluid; in the future forth from that for which any such thing is plunged, enveloped, or concealed; to issue and appear
  • verb:
    • ahead into view.
    • To come from a situation, item or a liquid.
    • To become understood.
    • happen or take place as a result of one thing
    • become understood or evident
    • come out into view, as from concealment
    • leave
    • appear on area of or increase
    • ahead into view.
    • ahead out-of a situation, object or a liquid.
    • to be known.
    • happen or take place due to something
    • become understood or apparent
    • emerge into view, as from concealment
    • come out of
    • come up on area of or increase
    • in the future into view.
    • in the future out-of a situation, object or a liquid.
    • In order to become known.
    • take place or take place as a consequence of some thing
    • become understood or obvious
    • come out into view, as from concealment
    • come out of
    • arise to the surface of or rise
  • others:
    • To rise from or from something that surrounds, covers, or conceals; come forth; appear, as from concealment; come right into view, as into a higher place or state: as, to emerge from liquid or through the sea; the sun's rays emerges from behind a cloud, or from an eclipse; to emerge from impoverishment, obscurity, or misfortune.
    • To issue; proceed.
    • in the future into presence; pass from being in cause to becoming in work.
    • To immerge; sink.
    • to increase from or regarding anything that surrounds, covers, or conceals; come forth; appear, as from concealment; come into view, as into a greater position or state: because, to emerge from liquid or from sea; sunlight emerges from behind a cloud, or from an eclipse; to emerge from poverty, obscurity, or misfortune.
    • To issue; proceed.
    • ahead into existence; pass from being in cause to becoming in work.
    • To immerge; sink.
    • to go up from or out of whatever surrounds, covers, or conceals; come forth; appear, as from concealment; come into view, as into a greater position or condition: because, to emerge from the water or from the sea; the sun emerges from behind a cloud, or from an eclipse; to emerge from poverty, obscurity, or misfortune.
    • To issue; continue.
    • ahead into presence; pass from being in cause to being in work.
    • To immerge; sink.
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