Definición de emerge en inglés


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  • 1Move out of or away from something and come into view.

    ‘black ravens emerged from the fog’
    • ‘But the spectacle can cloy and a sadness lingers after the pageant has moved on as householders emerge with shovels and brooms to sweep away all trace of their work.’
    • ‘No birds are perched on the board; however, the head of a single cormorant, its signature white throat clearly visible, just emerges from the waters of the lagoon ahead of the barge.’
    • ‘Julia stands alone in the middle of the road, unable to move, until Steven emerges from the carriage and slowly leads her back.’
    • ‘Place the bowl in a cool, dark spot until growth emerges, then move the bowl to a sunny spot.’
    • ‘And then the shadows behind the throne moved and a form emerged.’
    • ‘When Jessica made no move, a man emerged from the darkness.’
    • ‘Once the attack was foiled, the column moved forward and eventually emerged on the plains beyond the badlands.’
    • ‘Jimmy emerged with a visible cut on his arm, but he was not in pain.’
    • ‘Before anyone could move a head emerged from behind the corner with a grin almost as wide as its face.’
    • ‘When leaves emerge, move the tray back into the light.’
    • ‘She gasped as a hand reached out to her, the figure slowly emerging from the shadows.’
    • ‘We soon emerged out of the darkness of the towering vegetation and into a clearing.’
    • ‘Lenard wheeled around and saw a uniformed man slowly emerged from the shadow of a cherry tree.’
    • ‘She saw his shadowy figure emerge at the end of the alley.’
    • ‘Another figure emerges at the far end of the living room.’
    • ‘A creature emerged at the end of the rope.’
    • ‘When new seedlings emerge in spring, Taylor transplants them to other parts of the garden.’
    • ‘They emerge blinking in bewilderment at the unfamiliar daylight and smells of the bush.’
    • ‘The next day we emerged blinking into a shimmering Grenada day.’
    • ‘The trio emerge blinking and gasping but unharmed, and the damage to the den is minimal.’
    come out, appear, come into view, become visible, make an appearance
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    1. 1.1Become apparent, important, or prominent.
      ‘Philadelphia has emerged as the clear favorite’
      • ‘a world of emerging economic giants’
      • ‘The picture emerging yesterday was confused at best.’
      • ‘He said he was confident that they would put up an impressive show and eventually emerge winners.’
      • ‘The difference only emerges in the context in which it applies within the count in the indictment.’
      • ‘A similar pattern emerged over the previous decade 1990-2000.’
      • ‘In this simulation a noticeable warm pattern emerges in the 1980s and 1990s.’
      • ‘Site art first emerged in the late 1960's as a reaction to the growing commercialisation of the art world.’
      • ‘A simple pattern emerged over the next several years.’
      • ‘A similar theme emerges in the context of the Seder.’
      • ‘Often both trends emerge at different times in the same game.’
      • ‘If general themes do emerge in this year's Biennial, they are subtle rather than revelatory.’
      • ‘The warring factions of the £400m Blackwell publishing family have emerged as front-runners.’
      • ‘A profile of those who are on the move emerges from the report that suggests estate agents should be targeting young, single women.’
      • ‘I have a condition that is in some fundamental sense similar to asthma, is it a coincidence that said condition only emerged after I moved into this house?’
      • ‘However, a new model of church structure is emerging that may move churches beyond monochromatic ministry.’
      • ‘Pricing power is emerging, productivity is moving in the right direction, and wages are holding in check.’
      • ‘Overall, the trajectory that emerges from her analysis moves from gender complementarity toward gender imbalance.’
      • ‘A strongly centralized settlement system revolving around the capital, Athens, has emerged from these moves.’
      • ‘He struggles to keep quick receivers in front of him, but he is learning opponents' moves and should emerge as a candidate for the Pro Bowl this year.’
      • ‘The move may help Thailand emerge as Asia's number two tourist destination.’
      become known, become apparent, become evident, be revealed, come to light, come out, transpire, come to the fore, enter the picture, unfold, turn out, prove to be the case
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    2. 1.2(of facts or circumstances) become known.
      ‘reports of a deadlock emerged during preliminary discussions’
      • ‘during the trial it emerged that she had been suffering from a rare personality disorder’
      • ‘The crash occurred on Sunday, but the amazing survival stories only emerged yesterday.’
      • ‘During the hearing, one critical piece of evidence emerged which could prove very damaging to the government.’
      • ‘Details of C & C executives' basic salaries also emerged yesterday.’
      • ‘Reports first emerged in the 1980s, but police dropped their investigations and officials destroyed documents.’
      • ‘Details emerging last week of the Cumbria tragedy bore that conclusion out.’
      • ‘Evidence emerged last night of how much planning went into the roadblocks.’
      • ‘Evidence emerged last week that initiatives such as Enterprise Insight may be having a beneficial effect.’
      • ‘In another landmark move, it emerged yesterday that Tony Blair is prepared to give MPs the chance to debate the crisis over Iraq, and to register their views in a free vote on the issue.’
      • ‘He went on to say while initially it was his understanding that the monument was to be moved, it subsequently emerged that there were problems in doing this.’
      • ‘It has emerged that Loft was moved to a psychiatric hospital three years ago; yet no one informed the Birnie family.’
      • ‘As the identities of the missing emerge, we move from a statistical body count to the tragedy of human loss - brothers, mothers, lovers and daughters cruelly blown away as they headed to work.’
      • ‘Hints that Apple is considering a move into retail emerged back in June 1999.’
    3. 1.3Recover from or survive a difficult or demanding situation.
      ‘the economy has started to emerge from recession’
      • ‘But hope persists that the UUP risk-taker can emerge relatively unscathed from this election.’
      • ‘Despite the complications, the surgeries typically go smoothly and most tarantulas emerge unscathed.’
      • ‘From nearly 50 years of complex warfare the house of Wessex had emerged triumphant.’
      • ‘The board said the airline is likely to emerge from bankruptcy on its own.’
      • ‘MCI's plans to emerge from bankruptcy hit a big snag, this week.’
      • ‘They emerged triumphant on a score of 2-12 to 0-8.’
    4. 1.4(of an insect or other invertebrate) break out from an egg, cocoon, or pupal case.
      ‘The new spectacularly rises from the old like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis.’
      • ‘Release the butterfly where it was captured as soon as it emerges from its chrysalis.’
      • ‘The title may refer to a process, as when a butterfly emerges from the chrysalis.’



/əˈmərj/ /əˈmərdʒ/


Late 16th century (in the sense ‘become known, come to light’): from Latin emergere, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out, forth’ + mergere ‘to dip’.