Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective giving off light or heat or radiation.

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  • verb Present participle of emit.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In the distance he spots a yellow flame emitting from a forested area.

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  • Nagi notices a huge bubble emitting from the lake.

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  • At that moment when your metaphorical pen is poised, and the world is about to come into focus for you and begin emitting stories, there will be one author who shows up, smiles at you, and opens the gates.

    SeeLight:

  • At that moment when your metaphorical pen is poised, and the world is about to come into focus for you and begin emitting stories, there will be one author who shows up, smiles at you, and opens the gates.

    Octavia Butler

  • In addition, U.S. forces detected a PRC-112 survival radio beacon emitting from the vicinity of the helicopter, the military source said.

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  • While pulling away, a train is often described as emitting a lonely, forlorn sound.

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  • While pulling away, a train is often described as emitting a lonely, forlorn sound.

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  • So all that you’ve been emitting is just so much projection. abb1 says:

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  • In economics, greenhouse gases are a free good, there’s no cost involved in emitting them, so no one has any profit incentive to reduce the emissions.

    As the World Warms

  • In economics, greenhouse gases are a free good, there’s no cost involved in emitting them, so no one has any profit incentive to reduce the emissions.

    As the World Warms

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