reemitting

emit

[ih-mit]
verb (used with object), emitted, emitting.
1.
to send forth (liquid, light, heat, sound, particles, etc.); discharge.
2.
to give forth or release (a sound): He emitted one shrill cry and then was silent.
3.
to utter or voice, as opinions.
4.
to issue, as an order or a decree.
5.
to issue formally for circulation, as paper money.

Origin:
1620–30; < Latin ēmittere to send forth, equivalent to ē- e-1 + mittere to send

reemit, verb (used with object), reemitted, reemitting.
self-emitted, adjective
unemitted, adjective
unemitting, adjective
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emit (ɪˈmɪt)
 
vb , emits, emitting, emitted
1.  to give or send forth; discharge: the pipe emitted a stream of water
2.  to give voice to; utter: she emitted a shrill scream
3.  physics to give off (radiation or particles)
4.  to put (currency) into circulation
 
[C17: from Latin ēmittere to send out, from mittere to send]

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emit
1623, from L. emittere "send forth," from ex- "out" + mittere "to send."
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
EMIT
enzyme-multiplied immunoassay technique
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