English - Vietnamese Dictionary
emerge /i'mə:dʤ/Concise Dictionary
- nội động từ
- (nghĩa bóng) nổi bật lên, rõ nét lên; nổi lên, nảy ra (vấn đề...)
+come out into view, as from concealment
+come out of
+become known or apparent
+come up to the surface of or rise
+happen or occur as a result of something
Advanced English Dictionary
1 appear, come out, come forth, come up, rise; arise, surface, come into view or notice, come to light, be revealed, crop up, turn out, develop, become known, become apparent, transpire, happen, evolve:
It emerged that she had bought a pistol that morning.
2 issue, emanate, come forth, proceed:
The train emerged from the tunnel.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [V] ~ (from sth) to come out of a dark, enclosed or hidden place: The swimmer emerged from the lake. + She finally emerged from her room at noon. + We emerged into bright sunlight. + He emerged from the shadows.
2 (of facts, ideas, etc.) to become known: [V] No new evidence emerged during the investigation. + [V that] It emerged that the company was going to be sold.
3 [V] ~ (as sth) to start to exist; to appear or become known: After the elections opposition groups began to emerge. + He emerged as a key figure in the campaign + the emerging markets of South Asia
4 [V] ~ (from sth) to survive a difficult situation or experience: She emerged from the scandal with her reputation intact.
emergence noun [U]: the island's emergence from the sea 3 000 years ago + the emergence of new technologies / evidence
1 come out
slowly | suddenly | finally, eventually
The world is only slowly emerging from recession.
They suddenly emerged into brilliant sunshine.
| out of
the musical forms that emerged out of the American black experience
2 become known
One thing emerges very clearly from this study.
| gradually | quickly
The answer to the problem quickly emerged.
| recently | later, subsequently
It subsequently emerged that he had known about the deal all along.
| eventually, ultimately
What eventually emerged from the election disaster was a realization that it was time for change.
VERB + EMERGE
begin to, start to
Problems with this drug are now beginning to emerge.
Several facts started to emerge from my investigation.
3 start to exist
The Pacific region has rapidly emerged as a leading force on the world stage.
| gradually, slowly
newly emerging areas of science
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