emerging

[ UK /ɪmˈɜːd‍ʒɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈimɝdʒɪŋ, ɪˈmɝdʒɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. coming into existence
    an emergent republic
  2. coming to maturity
    the rising generation
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How To Use emerging In A Sentence

  • Nanotechnology is in danger of being pigeonholed as a risky, hazardous and controversial business, a new study has found, because companies in the emerging field are not tackling the very real health and safety issues involved.
  • Finishing beef on grass presents a unique challenge to this re-emerging enterprise.
  • One promising profession that's emerging this century is wildlife preservationist.
  • As the water tumbles over the huge boulders forming a great cloak of foam, the dorsal fins of the salmon along their blue/black backs pierce the sudsy water like an emerging submarine.
  • This is rapidly emerging as a deeply divisive political issue, although it has yet to burst into the open. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ideas and facts emerging from studies of the subatomic world change our picture of the macrocosms.
  • But a redeeming tendency is emerging , too.
  • Closely related to each other, this kind of photography will show such things as the development of a flower, or the butterfly emerging from the chrysalis.
  • The answer, according to emerging clues and security analysts, is that North Waziristan, once a hub of Taliban fighters with links to Pakistan's military, has evolved into a stewpot of militant groups, each with different loyalties. In Pakistan, ex-spy Khalid Khawaja's killing is surrounded by mystery
  • At both sites where mortality was monitored, many emerging seedlings were killed in early spring by tortricid caterpillars, especially Clepsis melaleucana.
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