reemerge

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See also: re-emerge and reëmerge

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Etymology[edit]

Latin re ('again'), and emergere derived from e- (a variant of ex-), meaning 'out, forth' and mergere meaning 'to dip'.

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reemerge (third-person singular simple present reemerges, present participle reemerging, simple past and past participle reemerged)

  1. To emerge again, to come into view after having hidden.
  2. To come out of a situation, object or a liquid after having entered it.
    Soon after it submerged, the submarine reemerged from the ocean.

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