emit definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To give or send out (matter or power): isotopes that give off radioactive particles; a stove emitting heat.
    • to offer away as noise; utter: "She emitted her little odd laugh” ( Edith Wharton).
    • To voice; express: emit an opinion.
    • To issue with expert, especially to place (money) into blood flow.
    • To send forth; to toss or give fully out; resulting in to issue; to offer vent to; to eject; to discharge
    • To issue forth, as an order or decree; to print and deliver into circulation, as records or bills of credit.
    • to provide or send out (matter or energy): isotopes that emit radioactive particles; a stove emitting heat.
    • To Offer out as sound; utter: "She emitted her tiny strange laugh” ( Edith Wharton).
    • To sound; show: produce an opinion.
    • To issue with authority, specially to put (money) into blood supply.
    • To send forth; to toss or give fully out; to cause to issue; to provide vent to; to eject; to discharge
    • To issue forth, as an order or decree; to printing and deliver into circulation, as records or expenses of credit.
    • to offer or send (matter or energy): isotopes that give off radioactive particles; a stove emitting temperature.
    • To Offer down as noise; utter: "She emitted the woman little unusual laugh” ( Edith Wharton).
    • To voice; express: give off an opinion.
    • To issue with expert, particularly to put (currency) into blood supply.
    • To send forth; to put or give out; resulting in to issue; to offer vent to; to eject; to discharge
    • To issue forth, as an order or decree; to print and send into blood circulation, as notes or bills of credit.
  • verb:
    • To send or emit.
    • express audibly; utter noises (definitely not words)
    • expel (fumes or odors)
    • produce, deliver forth, or release; since light, heat, or radiation, vapor, etc.
    • To send-out or give off.
    • express audibly; complete noises (not words)
    • expel (gases or smells)
    • produce, deliver forth, or release; since light, temperature, or radiation, vapor, etc.
    • To send out or emit.
    • express audibly; utter noises (not always words)
    • expel (gases or smells)
    • give off, send forth, or release; by light, temperature, or radiation, vapor, etc.
  • others:
    • To send forth; toss or give fully out; vent: as, fire produces heat and smoke; boiling-water emits steam; sunlight and performers produce light.
    • to allow fly; discharge; dart or shoot.
    • To issue, as an order or a decree; problem for blood flow, as notes or bills of credit.
    • To send forth; toss or give out; vent: as, fire gives off temperature and smoke; boiling water emits steam; the sunlight and stars produce light.
    • to allow fly; discharge; dart or shoot.
    • To issue, as an order or a decree; issue for blood circulation, as records or bills of credit.
    • To send forth; toss or give fully out; vent: as, fire gives off temperature and smoke; boiling water emits vapor; sunlight and performers produce light.
    • to allow fly; discharge; dart or shoot.
    • To issue, as an order or a decree; problem for blood circulation, as notes or bills of credit.

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