- vi.出现，浮现; 暴露; 摆脱;
- 第三人称单数: emerges;
- 过去式: emerged;
- 过去分词: emerged;
- 现在分词: emerging;
- 名词: emergence;
The cultural life of the country will sink into atrophy unless more writers and artists emerge.
The tadpoles metamorphose and emerge onto land.
The missiles emerge from the underbelly of the transport plane.
Consequently, even as the blogosphere continues to expand, only a few blogs are likely to emerge as focal points.
His voice stopped short as he saw the blade emerge from Desmond's pocket.
The chilling facts behind this veil of silence were slow to emerge.
The favoured candidate will probably emerge after private discussions.
The pupae remain dormant in the soil until they emerge as adult moths in the winter.
No one could emerge from that avalanche alive, unless one believed that man could rise from the dead.
The baby's head was starting to emerge from the womb.
The movement is developing , new things have yet to emerge, and they are emerging in an endless stream.
A large number of independent African countries emerge at a historic moment.
It's still hard to tell who will emerge victorious.
By the weekend, physicians noticed an alarming pattern beginning to emerge.
Today, a new Dubai has a chance to emerge: leaner, meaner and better.
如今, 一个新迪拜有了一个重新亮相的机会: 变得更加削瘦 、 更加低调,也更为美好.
As the light fades and the city goes to sleep, two forces emerge.
Now that these are essentially standardised, bigger and more diverse systems can emerge.
Over time, a better balanced economy, with higher wages and standards of living, will emerge.
It may take time but one candidate surely will emerge as the best colleague and researcher.
Inexorably , the ground that had been solid crumbles, and new shores emerge.
A particular style can't emerge and expect to stay at the top indefinitely.
Even if no more problems emerge, damage has been done.
Russia appears to be rising doldrums and a new Russian middle class is beginning to emerge.
Here and there we create space for other varieties of life to emerge.
However, Kuroda said his country would emerge from its economic difficulties.
Based on what is emerging from some of this research, that might have been as rational a way as any to reach a decision.
This emerging model is now big and disruptive (颠覆性的) enough for regulators and companies to have woken up to it
Many firms will die, but the survivors will emerge leaner and stronger than before.
They also calculated the cost savings emerging from the amount of disease that would be avoided because of lower blood pressure.
In addition, other factors are putting downward pressure on oil prices: change in the strategic behavior of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, the projected increase in Iranian exports, the scaling-down of global demand ( ' , especially from emerging markets), the long-term drop in petroleum consumption in the United States, and some displacement of oil by substitutes.
Meanwhile, emerging technologies – the drones, 3D printers and smart-home devices of the world – now seem a bit too old to be called the next big thing.
In emerging economies, rural communities are bypassing the wires and wooden poles that spread power.
Glimmers ( ' , 少许 ) of hope, however, are beginning to emerge in this bruising environment: Americans are becoming aware of the toll their jobs take on them, and employers are exploring ways to alleviate the harmful effects of stress and overwork.
While that may make suborbital travel safer, it would add significant cost and complexity to an emerging industry that has until now operated largely as the playground of billionaires and dreamy engineers.
In 2010,the Institution of Mechanical Engineers identified three principal emerging population groups across the world, based on characteristics associated with their current and projected stage of economic development.
But researchers say there are many other factors working against another Einstein emerging anytime soon.
It will be some time before a new Einstein emerges.
In many countries immigrants have been filling such gaps in the labour force as have already emerged (and remember that the real shortage is still around ten years off).
In fact, a virus emerged in the 1970s that could've been just that fatal.
A photography exhibition held by Han Media to celebrate its founding in New York city on April 24, featuring three emerging Chinese photographers; yingxi Michael Shi, Haiyin lin and liming Guan, whose works have appeared in publications such as Vogue.
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It turns out that baby red-backed fairy wrens also emerge chirping like their moms.
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That ruling produced an explosion in business-method patent filings, initially by emerging internet companies trying to stake out exclusive rights to specific types of online transactions.
An emerging body of research shows that positive health habits-as well as negative ones-spread through networks of friends via social communication.
The emerging consensus around the bill is a sign that legislators are getting frightened about a politically embarrassing short-term collapse at the USPS.
The State, War, and Navy Building, as it was originally known, housed the three Executive Branch Departments most intimately associated with formulating and conducting the nation's foreign policy in the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth century-the period when the United States emerged as an international power.
1. come out into view, as from concealment;
"Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office"
2. come out of;
"Water issued from the hole in the wall"
"The words seemed to come out by themselves"
3. become known or apparent;
"Some nice results emerged from the study"
4. come up to the surface of or rise;
"He felt new emotions emerge"
5. happen or occur as a result of something
emergent 紧急的, 浮现的, 突然出现的, 自然发生的
appear, emerge, show, loom