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emerge
American English: /əˈmərdʒ/
British English: /ɪˈməːdʒ/

Translation of emerge in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • 1 1.1 (come out) to emerge from something
    salir de algo
    he finally emerged from his room
    por fin salió de su habitación
    she emerged from obscurity in 1981
    salió de la oscuridad en 1981
    they emerged clear winners of the contest
    resultaron los ganadores del concurso por un amplio margen
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (become evident, known)
    (problem)
    surgir
    aparecer
    (truth)
    revelarse
    when the facts began to emerge
    cuando los hechos empezaron a salir a la luz or [journalese] empezaron a trascender
    his true character does not emerge at all from this biography
    su verdadero carácter no se desprende or no surge para nada de esta biografía
    she emerges as a very likable figure
    uno se forma una imagen de una persona muy agradable
    it has now emerged that this was not true
    ahora se ha revelado or [journalese] ahora ha trascendido que esto no era cierto
    it emerged from the interview that he already knew
    en la entrevista salió a relucir or se reveló que ya lo sabía
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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.
  • 2 2.1 (come into being, evolve)
    (idea/system)
    surgir
    no agreement has emerged from the discussions
    no ha surgido ningún acuerdo de las discusiones
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    2.2
    also: emerging present participle
    (nation)
    emergente
    joven
    (industries)
    naciente
    incipiente
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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