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See also: émit and émît

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin ēmittō.

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  • IPA(key): /iˈmɪt/, IPA(key): /ɪˈmɪt/
  • (file)

VerbEdit

emit (third-person singular simple present emits, present participle emitting, simple past and past participle emitted)

  1. (transitive) to send out or give off
    • 1744, Alexander Shiels [i.e., Alexander Shields], “Period VI. Containing the Testimony through the Continued Tract of the Present Deformation, from the Year 1660 to this Day.”, in A Hind Let Loose: Or, An Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the Interest of Christ; with the True State thereof in All Its Periods: [] , Edinburgh: Reprinted by R. Drummond and Company, and sold by William Gray bookbinder in the Grassmarket, and several others, &c., OCLC 723488025, pages 167–168:
      Here is a Proclamation for a Prince: that proclaims him in whoſe name it is emitted [James II of England], to be the greateſt Tyrant that ever lived in the world, and their Revolt who have diſowned him to be the juſteſt that ever was.
    • 2014, Imar Spaanjaars, Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1: in C# and VB
      The controls then emit client-side HTML code that is appended to the final page output.
    Synonyms: outsend, output

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emit

  1. nominative plural of emi

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