Word family noun emergence adjective emergent emerging verb emerge
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishemergencee‧mer‧gence /ɪˈmɜːdʒəns $ -ɜːr-/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable] 1 when something begins to be known or noticedemergence of the emergence of Japan as a world leader2 when someone or something comes out of a difficult experienceemergence from the company’s emergence from bankruptcy
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emergenceMany factors, or combinations of factors, can contribute to disease emergence.The potential application of this technology to monitoring environmental changes that could affect the emergence of infectious diseases will be assessed.There is also a new enforcement factor at work, which is the emergence of global markets attuned to fiscal responsibility.The second way makes the emergence of syntactic combinations seem much less fortuitous.This immediate post-war shortage ushered in what may be identified as the first phase of the emergence of headhunting.The nationalists do not see the emergence of nationalism in this way.In order of their emergence, they are deferred imitation, symbolic play, drawing, mental imagery, and spoken language.