Translation of emergence in Spanish:

emergence

salida, n.

Pronunciation /ɪˈməːdʒ(ə)ns//əˈmərdʒəns/

noun

  • 1

    (coming out)
    salida feminine
    aparición feminine
    the emergence of these facts la revelación de estos hechos
    • I do not however see how the late emergence of the evidence matters.
    • Seeds were scored daily for radicle emergence through the testa or PE envelope.
  • 2

    (of movement, trend)
    aparición feminine
    surgimiento masculine
    • This change suggests the emergence, in salt-treated plants, of a new linkage between stem height and size of the last-expanded leaves.
    • He also said people need to study issues related to the disorientation of society stemming from the emergence of the information age.
    • Already, we are witnessing the emergence of this shift in Afghanistan and Iraq.
    • The modern period has witnessed the emergence of many new forms of poetry and popular fiction.
    • Hand in hand with European expansion went the gradual emergence of industrial capitalism.
    • There are no castes and only recent evidence of the slow emergence of classes.
    • Over the past few seasons, the seeds of the Big 12's emergence have been planted.
    • The late twentieth century saw the emergence of another class, a small group of businesspeople.
    • Military education and its associated teaching awaited the emergence of states and their standing armies.
    • The 1980s witnessed the emergence of suburban housing developments and shopping complexes.
    • At the same time the freshly granted freedoms of publication and association did facilitate the gradual emergence of radical movements.
    • However, it does mark the emergence of a new form which is in direct competition with mainstream media.
    • And this was before the emergence of gay marriage, partial-birth abortions, or stem cell research as subjects of controversy.
    • Appropriate use of antibiotics will delay and in many cases prevent the emergence of resistance.
    • The 1960s also saw the emergence of liberation movements in the Portuguese African colonies of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau.
    • Certain opportunities provided growing Muslim grievance an outlet and enabled the emergence of the Filipino Muslim insurgency movement.
    • But his followers found solace in the rapid emergence of a cult.
    • Under aerobic conditions, the radicle emerged first from the seeds, but root and shoot emergence occurred nearly simultaneously.
    • To examine germination in various mutant strains, conidial swelling and germ tube emergence were observed under the microscope.
    • The second factor behind the creation of a new concept of school was the emergence of the nation-state.