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emerged, past tense; emerged, past participle; emerging, present participle; emerges, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Move out of or away from something and come into view
    • - black ravens emerged from the fog
  2. Become apparent, important, or prominent
    • - Philadelphia has emerged as the clear favorite
    • - a world of emerging economic giants
  3. (of facts or circumstances) Become known
    • - reports of a deadlock emerged during preliminary discussions
    • - during the trial it emerged that she had been suffering from a rare personality disorder
  4. Recover from or survive a difficult or demanding situation
    • - the economy has started to emerge from recession
  5. (of an insect or other invertebrate) Break out from an egg, cocoon, or pupal case

  1. come out into view, as from concealment; "Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office"
  2. issue: 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. come forth: happen or occur as a result of something
  6. (emergence) the gradual beginning or coming forth; "figurines presage the emergence of sculpture in Greece"
  7. "Emerge" is an electroclash song and the first single from debut album #1 by Fischerspooner. The song was originally released in 2001 through International DeeJay Gigolo Records and later jointly rereleased in 2002 by Fischerspooner's imprint label FS Studios and Ministry of Sound. ...
  8. (Emergence) In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, emergence is the way complex systems and patterns arise out of a multiplicity of relatively simple interactions. Emergence is central to the theories of integrative levels and of complex systems.
  9. (Emergence (album)) Emergence is the first studio album by Natasha St-Pier released on 1996.
  10. (Emergence (novel)) Emergence is a science fiction book written by David R. Palmer and first published by Bantam Spectra in November 1984. It had three printings through July 1985, and was republished in 1990 as a "Signature Special Edition" with a few minor edits and a new afterword by the author.
  11. Emerging is the title of the only album by the Phil Keaggy Band, released in 1977 on NewSong Records. The album was re-released on CD in 2000 as ReEmerging with a different track listing, including four newly recorded songs by the original band members.
  12. To come into view; To come out of a situation, object or a liquid; To become known
  13. (emergence) The act of rising out of a fluid, or coming forth from envelopment or concealment, or of rising into view; sudden uprising or appearance; In particular: the arising of emergent structure in complex systems
  14. (emerged) became more obvious or apparent
  15. (Emergence) The act of the germinating seedling breaking through the soil surface. This is often the preferred stage for selective herbicide application.
  16. (Emergence) the time at which the seedling first appears above the ground.
  17. (3. Emergence) Describes the process involved in supervenience. Emergence occurs when a new property arises out of a combination of elements. The traditional example is that water emerges out of the combination of oxygen and hydrogen atoms in certain proportions. ...
  18. (EMERGENCE) The appearance of simple large-scale behavior from complexity. Collective behavior is by its nature unpredictable, arising as it does from a complex system of rules and complicated network of subsystems all undergoing change. ...
  19. (EMERGENCE) The development of a new property, based on newly arisen contradictions, of a new entity, thing or process, which was formerly known only by the component parts which went to construct it. [More to be added... ]
  20. (Emergence) "While certain properties are common to the elementary components of the system, others exist only in the totality of the functioning system : it is called emergence [ … ...
  21. (Emergence) A valid game strategy that was not expected by the game designers.
  22. (Emergence) Higher-order complexity arising out of chaos. Novel, coherent structures arising through interactions among diverse entities of a system.
  23. (Emergence) The arising of new unexpected structures, patterns or processes in a self organising CAS. e.g a jazz group playing live, learning.
  24. (Emergence) The process during which fry leave their gravel spawning nest and enter the water column.
  25. (Emergence) The way simple organisms and communities grow and evolve over time, often in complex, unexpected ways. The nature of emergence is such that it cannot be fully controlled or designed, but it is possible to arrange and design conditions that encourage it.