Examples of emergence in a Sentence
the emergence of the Internet as an important means of communication
the economy's emergence from a recession
Recent Examples of emergence from the Web
For one thing, the right legal framework will be needed to encourage the emergence of a new data economy.
Thus endowed with a centripetal, unifying geography that encouraged a single language, the easy exchange of ideas, and favored the emergence of a continental power, North America stood ready to achieve world primacy.
Today’s announcement marks the emergence of a new GE, a high-tech industrial GE — simper, stronger, a more focused company at the core.
The report said the increase in gonorrhea was particularly concerning given the recent emergence of a drug-resistant strain of the disease, which arrived in March after a UK man caught it in Southeast Asia.
The film's release earlier this year has sparked the emergence of Wakanda-themed parties, galas and special events where guests show off their best African style.
Barring the emergence of new shadiness, the most damning thing about the group is its overall aloofness and air of secrecy.
The Panamera sedan saw the emergence of E-hybrid, Porsche’s plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
Then Finley helped the emergence of Albert Okwuegbunam last season.
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EMERGENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emergence for English Language Learners
: the act of becoming known or coming into view : the act of emerging
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