Translation of emerge in Spanish:

emerge

Pronunciation: /ɪˈmɜːrdʒ; ɪˈmɜːdʒ/

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  • 1 1.1 (come out) salir*, aparecer* to emerge from sth 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 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 [lenguaje periodístico/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 [lenguaje periodístico/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
  • 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 2.2
    (emerging pres p)
    [nation] emergente, joven; [industries] naciente, incipiente

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