English version

emanate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishemanateem‧a‧nate /ˈeməneɪt/ verb  [transitive] formal to produce a smell, light etc, or to show a particular quality He emanates tranquility.emanation /ˌeməˈneɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable] emanate from something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
emanateBould is a wonderful young actor; he emanates a brooding loneliness without speaking a word.There was a subtle power emanating from our camp.Whimperings, body movements, tail-wags, even little yelps are all heard to emanate from sleeping canines.There are eight long rays emanating from the head; but without a text, uncertainty remains as to their precise identification.Steven always knew whether Jean was home from the smells emanating from the kitchen.Typical among them was the difficulty the Stagirite encountered in his attempt to explain the light emanating from the stars.The energy emanating was such that it seemed as if the eyes of the nation were turned on the state.
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Verb table
emanate
Simple Form
Present
itemanates
emanate
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Past
it, theyemanated
Present perfect
theyhave emanated
ithas emanated
Past perfect
it, theyhad emanated
Future
it, theywill emanate
Future perfect
it, theywill have emanated
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare emanating
itis emanating
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Past
theywere emanating
itwas emanating
Present perfect
theyhave been emanating
ithas been emanating
Past perfect
it, theyhad been emanating
Future
it, theywill be emanating
Future perfect
it, theywill have been emanating
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