In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(come out)saliraparecerto emerge from sth — salir de algo
- he finally emerged from his room — por fin salió de su habitación
- she emerged from obscurity in 1981 — salió de la oscuridad en 1981
- they emerged clear winners of the contest — resultaron los ganadores del concurso por un amplio margen
- A creature emerged at the end of the rope.
- When leaves emerge, move the tray back into the light.
- No birds are perched on the board; however, the head of a single cormorant, its signature white throat clearly visible, just emerges from the waters of the lagoon ahead of the barge.
- Lenard wheeled around and saw a uniformed man slowly emerged from the shadow of a cherry tree.
- They emerge blinking in bewilderment at the unfamiliar daylight and smells of the bush.
- And then the shadows behind the throne moved and a form emerged.
- But the spectacle can cloy and a sadness lingers after the pageant has moved on as householders emerge with shovels and brooms to sweep away all trace of their work.
- Another figure emerges at the far end of the living room.
- Julia stands alone in the middle of the road, unable to move, until Steven emerges from the carriage and slowly leads her back.
- The trio emerge blinking and gasping but unharmed, and the damage to the den is minimal.
- Jimmy emerged with a visible cut on his arm, but he was not in pain.
- When Jessica made no move, a man emerged from the darkness.
- She saw his shadowy figure emerge at the end of the alley.
- We soon emerged out of the darkness of the towering vegetation and into a clearing.
- She gasped as a hand reached out to her, the figure slowly emerging from the shadows.
- Place the bowl in a cool, dark spot until growth emerges, then move the bowl to a sunny spot.
- Before anyone could move a head emerged from behind the corner with a grin almost as wide as its face.
- Once the attack was foiled, the column moved forward and eventually emerged on the plains beyond the badlands.
- The next day we emerged blinking into a shimmering Grenada day.
- When new seedlings emerge in spring, Taylor transplants them to other parts of the garden.
1.2(become evident, known)(problem) surgir(problem) aparecer(truth) revelarsewhen the facts began to emerge — cuando los hechos empezaron a salir a la luz
- his true character does not emerge at all from this biography — su verdadero carácter no se desprende / no surge para nada de esta biografía
- she emerges as a very likable figure — uno se forma una imagen de una persona muy agradable
- it has now emerged that this was not true — ahora se ha revelado que esto no era cierto
- it emerged from the interview that he already knew — en la entrevista salió a relucir / se reveló que ya lo sabía
- He struggles to keep quick receivers in front of him, but he is learning opponents' moves and should emerge as a candidate for the Pro Bowl this year.
- Site art first emerged in the late 1960's as a reaction to the growing commercialisation of the art world.
- During the hearing, one critical piece of evidence emerged which could prove very damaging to the government.
- In another landmark move, it emerged yesterday that Tony Blair is prepared to give MPs the chance to debate the crisis over Iraq, and to register their views in a free vote on the issue.
- Evidence emerged last week that initiatives such as Enterprise Insight may be having a beneficial effect.
- A similar theme emerges in the context of the Seder.
- A strongly centralized settlement system revolving around the capital, Athens, has emerged from these moves.
- I believe that there could well be a wider conflict in the Middle East emerging from a move into Iraq.
- Details emerging last week of the Cumbria tragedy bore that conclusion out.
- If general themes do emerge in this year's Biennial, they are subtle rather than revelatory.
- The warring factions of the £400m Blackwell publishing family have emerged as front-runners.
- The difference only emerges in the context in which it applies within the count in the indictment.
- A profile of those who are on the move emerges from the report that suggests estate agents should be targeting young, single women.
- Details of C & C executives' basic salaries also emerged yesterday.
- It has emerged that Loft was moved to a psychiatric hospital three years ago; yet no one informed the Birnie family.
- The picture emerging yesterday was confused at best.
- Overall, the trajectory that emerges from her analysis moves from gender complementarity toward gender imbalance.
- However, a new model of church structure is emerging that may move churches beyond monochromatic ministry.
- As the identities of the missing emerge, we move from a statistical body count to the tragedy of human loss - brothers, mothers, lovers and daughters cruelly blown away as they headed to work.
- Evidence emerged last night of how much planning went into the roadblocks.
- A similar pattern emerged over the previous decade 1990-2000.
- Often both trends emerge at different times in the same game.
- In this simulation a noticeable warm pattern emerges in the 1980s and 1990s.
- A simple pattern emerged over the next several years.
- I have a condition that is in some fundamental sense similar to asthma, is it a coincidence that said condition only emerged after I moved into this house?
- The move may help Thailand emerge as Asia's number two tourist destination.
- Pricing power is emerging, productivity is moving in the right direction, and wages are holding in check.
- Reports first emerged in the 1980s, but police dropped their investigations and officials destroyed documents.
- The police plans to counter the protests with bullets and repression were met with outrage as details emerged this week.
- He went on to say while initially it was his understanding that the monument was to be moved, it subsequently emerged that there were problems in doing this.
- The crash occurred on Sunday, but the amazing survival stories only emerged yesterday.
- Hints that Apple is considering a move into retail emerged back in June 1999.
- He said he was confident that they would put up an impressive show and eventually emerge winners.
2.1(come into being, evolve)(idea/system) surgirno agreement has emerged from the discussions — no ha surgido ningún acuerdo de las discusiones
- The new spectacularly rises from the old like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis.
- The title may refer to a process, as when a butterfly emerges from the chrysalis.
- Release the butterfly where it was captured as soon as it emerges from its chrysalis.
2.2emerging present participle(nation) emergente(nation) joven(industries) naciente(industries) incipiente
- Despite the complications, the surgeries typically go smoothly and most tarantulas emerge unscathed.
- MCI is attempting to regain its financial foothold after emerging from bankruptcy in April.
- But hope persists that the UUP risk-taker can emerge relatively unscathed from this election.
- From nearly 50 years of complex warfare the house of Wessex had emerged triumphant.
- The board said the airline is likely to emerge from bankruptcy on its own.
- MCI's plans to emerge from bankruptcy hit a big snag, this week.
- Persistent American racism means that in US queer discourses, race emerges unscathed.
- They emerged triumphant on a score of 2-12 to 0-8.
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