انبعث, انبثق, أطلق, أصدر
Verb(1) proceed or issue forth, as from a source(2) give out (breath or an odor
(1) Experience the warmth that comes toward you, and you become aware that one can emanate this quality.(2) Her touch at his arm seemed to emanate a warmth which spread from there and throughout his body.(3) Gord Downie is one of the few songwriters whose lyrics still emanate the qualities of poetry and Downie's literary allusions are many.(4) Speed is not the attraction to this style of diving and trips emanate a laid-back feeling which is further enhanced by the crews - nothing gets done in a hurry, and it comes as a huge welcome that nothing needs to be.(5) Effective use of space emanates a subtle feeling of comfort.(6) Like any great promoter, Joe Fitzgerald emanates unbridled enthusiasm.(7) We are aware that the earth and the moon emanated from their original star, the sun.(8) I then proceeded to play a game with the emanator of that horrible sound.(9) Karma is an emanative force created by the motives of beings that regulates their death and rebirth.(10) When not shooting, he was absolutely at peace, emanating a constant, joyful irony.(11) From her Oscar-nominated turn in Lorenzo's Oil in 1992 to her Mrs March in Little Women and, more recently, in Stepmom and Anywhere But Here, Sarandon emanates a maternal warmth on screen that few others can touch.(12) The concept of world-woman or world spirit emanates from a humble origin - the roots of African American culture that value community and interpersonal relations as measures of success.(13) She was quite plump, and emanated motherly love.(14) A pale white glow began to emanate from my body, spreading like the very blood pumping through my veins.(15) The Hindus believe and worship the all-powerful and infinite God, who is the ├ö├ç├┐creator├ö├ç├û ( emanator ), sustainer and destroyer of, everything in this universe, including evil, hence truly omnipotent.(16) Anti-Arab racism does not emanate from a single source, and certainly is not limited to passions stemming from the Arab-Israeli conflict.
(1) emanate from :: تنبثق من
1. issue ::
2. originate ::
3. exude ::
4. exhale ::
Different Formsemanate, emanated, emanates, emanating
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