- come up to the surface of or rise
"He felt new emotions emerge"
- become known or apparent
"Some nice results emerged from the study"
- As you emerge , i could not do.
- Love begins to emerge between the two.
- Japan is still struggling to emerge from recession.
- The secret will emerge in due course of time.
- One finding to emerge was that critical features differ between species.
- Such objective cost differences may emerge in mobile termination markets due to uneven spectrum assignments.
- This effect will, however, probably be felt only on the short term until other sources emerge.
- New applications of mobile satellite systems will emerge in the coming years.
- When these problems began to emerge in the course of 2000, BGB considered selling IBG’s main business.
- However, it is likely that, after the termination of the PPAs, such a market, or such markets, will emerge.
- These emerge from research on new isotope production, development of clinical reference materials and support to new cancer therapies.
- The Member States shall ensure that financial relations between public authorities and public undertakings are transparent as provided in this Directive, so that the following emerge clearly:
- This should continue until they are clearly capable of leaving the water unaided and their waterproof feathers have begun to emerge.
- Effective implementation of a project evaluation should also allow for an appropriate assessment of the use of any new scientific experimental techniques as they emerge.
- General remark: For all German models issued before 1.1.1999, further entitlements of a very specific and limited kind, which are not displayed in the tables, may emerge.