[ih-mur-juh nt] /ɪˈmɜr dʒənt/
coming into view or notice; issuing.
; rising from a liquid or other surrounding medium.
coming into existence, especially with political independence:
the emergent nations of Africa.
arising casually or unexpectedly.
calling for immediate action; urgent.
Evolution. displaying .
Ecology. an aquatic plant having its stem, leaves, etc., extending above the surface of the water.
coming into being or notice: an emergent political structure
(of a nation) recently independent
an aquatic plant with stem and leaves above the water
mid-15c., from Latin emergentem (nominative emergens), present participle of emergere (see emerge).
Rooted below a body of water or in an area that is periodically submerged but extending above the water level. Used of aquatic plants such as cattails, rushes, or cord grass.
- Emergent property
noun any unique property that “emerges” when component objects are joined together in constraining relations to “construct” a higher-level aggregate object, a novel property that unpredictably comes from a combination of two simpler constituents Examples The familiar taste of salt is an emergent property with respect to the sodium and chlorine of which it is […]
[ih-mur-juh-sen-ter] /ɪˈmɜr dʒəˌsɛn tər/ noun 1. a walk-in facility for treatment of minor medical . noun an emergency medical clinic See urgicenter Word Origin emerg(ency) + center based on earlier surgicenter Usage Note trademark
[ih-mur-jing] /ɪˈmɜr dʒɪŋ/ adjective 1. (def 3): emerging nations. [ih-murj] /ɪˈmɜrdʒ/ verb (used without object), emerged, emerging. 1. to come forth into view or notice, as from concealment or obscurity: a ghost emerging from the grave; a ship emerging from the fog. 2. to rise or come forth from or as if from water or […]
noun 1. a market in a less developed country whose economy is just beginning to grow: emerging markets open to foreign investors. noun 1. a financial or consumer market in a newly developing country or former communist country