- 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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The Senado is the name of the upper chamber of the Spanish Cortes Generales, and the place where it meets. There are 250 senators, most of whom are elected every four years, at general elections, four from each province. A small number of senators are also elected by the autonomous governments.