Translation of surgir in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1.1 [manantial] to rise un chorro surgía de entre las rocas water gushed from o/or spouted out from between the rocks 1.2 (aparecer, salir) [problema/dificultad] to arise, come up, emerge; [interés/sentimiento] to develop, emerge; [idea] to emerge, come up han surgido impedimentos de última hora some last-minute problems have come up o/or arisen ¿y cómo surgió ese tema? and how did that subject come up o/or crop up? el amor que surgió entre ellos the love that sprang up between themsurgir
dealgo una silueta surgió de entre las sombras a shape rose up from o/or loomed up out of the shadows de la familia han surgido muchos músicos the family has produced many musicians han surgido muchas empresas de este tipo a lot of companies of this kind have sprung up o/or emerged el movimiento surgió como respuesta a esta injusticia the movement came into being as a response to o/or arose in response to this injustice 1.3 (desprenderse, deducirse)surgir dealgo del informe surge que … the report shows that … ¿qué surge de todo esto? what can be deduced from all this?
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