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The untold story has emerged as a result of the auction of previously unseen footage of the couple's visit to the Greek capital. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet out of such pairings emerges something special. Times, Sunday Times (2006)What did they endure along the way and how did they emerge from the experience? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is still not clear when the results will emerge. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The patterns that emerge can become adored as beautiful objects. EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man (2002)They only tend to emerge as young adults when they have gained the confidence to run away. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Often these repressed experiences first emerge in dreams. Christianity Today (2000)The adults have emerged and are agog for life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He emerged from both experiences with an unblemished reputation for being a nice man. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It emerged another adult eyewitness was helped out of the country before trial. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And most emerge from the experience with their heads on back to front and their knees in bits. The Sun (2008)It has pledged to invest $10m when the company emerges from bankruptcy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Though his worst nightmare became harsh reality, something unexpectedly wonderful emerged from it. The Sun (2015)Over the past five years, emerging economies have become increasingly vocal about its shortcomings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)By 2020 local government will emerge as something rather different from what we have known. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But it gradually emerges that something isn't right. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)A rare chance emerges to become seriously rich. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The larger carrier painted a picture of its glorious future as a stand-alone airline once it emerged from bankruptcy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But as more details begin to emerge, it becomes clear that this was an accident waiting to happen. The Sun (2014)Full post-mortem results will emerge today. The Sun (2006)The format for the final is slightly different to preceding shows, as the result will emerge tonight rather than on the following day. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If so, this is another possible explanation for the apparently contradictory results that have emerged from studies of immune parameters in depressed patients. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)The loser emerged with more dignity, more class, and more courage than the winner. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Something is emerging here, you feel, that cannot be hidden. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This has been a tawdry affair, and the only person to emerge with his dignity intact is Hester. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'emerge'
British English: emerge VERB
To emerge means to come out from a place.
He was waiting outside the door as she emerged.
Definition of emerge from the Collins English Dictionary
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