come out into view, as from concealment
"Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office"
issue, emerge, come out, come forth, go forth, egress(verb)
come out of
"Water issued from the hole in the wall"; "The words seemed to come out by themselves"
supply, start, bulge out, come forward, step up, bring out, release, fall out, write out, out, go forth, come on, cut, bulge, surface, come in, step forward, step to the fore, come to the fore, put out, pop out, place, leave, egress, bug out, come out of the closet, publish, make out, push through, erupt, turn out, break through, show up, turn up, pop, issue, go away, appear, protrude, come out, come forth
become known or apparent
"Some nice results emerged from the study"
come up to the surface of or rise
"He felt new emotions emerge"
come forth, emerge(verb)
happen or occur as a result of something
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How to use emerge in a sentence?
From a virtually non-existent domestic market, the revolution and its aftermath paved the way for a large illicit arms trade to emerge, many of the players in this new market began to use new technologies to hawk their wares. Online sales via social media platforms are one of the tools currently being used for this purpose.
How it will sort out among those people, time will tell, you just can't predict who is gonna star in the debates, who is going to put in the time in New Hampshire with all of the town meetings, who is going to visit the different counties of Iowa and then emerge.
To be passionate is like being used to drinking a lot of water. And whoever that drinks a lot of water hardly falls sick. Similarly, whoever that is positively passionate will hardly fail in whatever he or she does. Or rather, he or she will often emerge a success eventually. Thus, you've got to be passion driven in all you do. For, to be passionate is even better off than to be fortunate. Because, passion initiates and guarantees fortunes. That's just that.
You're always behind the epidemic to some extent, we know people can be infected for several days before symptoms emerge... by the time you get to the stage you realize there's a problem, there's already a lot more [ cases ] in the population.
It is our goal that the S.S. United States re-emerge as a modern luxury vessel.
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- излизам, изплувам, появявам сеBulgarian
- sorgir, emergirCatalan, Valencian
- entstehen, auftauchen, herauskommenGerman
- ilmestyä, ilmi, tulla näkyviin, selvitä, nousta, ilmaantua, paljastuaFinnish
- sortir, émergerFrench
- צף, צץ, התגלהHebrew
- felmerül, felbukkan, kiderülHungarian
- երեւիլ, երեւալArmenian
- venire fuori, venire alla luce, emergereItalian
- 現れる, 出るJapanese
- выходить, выйти, появляться, появиться, возникнуть, возникать, всплывать, всплытьRussian
- dyka uppSwedish
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