ex. emend a passage in a book
merge v.使(公司等)合併 [原指to plunge or sink in，意謂者absorption吸收的意思]
emerge v.浮現、出現 [ex- (out) + merge (to sink) 原指從水面浮出]
emerg-ence n.浮現、出現 [the act or process of emerging.]
emerg-ency n.緊急事件 [原指unforeseen occurrence；不知道那時候浮出來的]
An emergency is a situation demanding immediate action:
EX. A power failure created an emergency in transportation.
A crisis is a vital or decisive turning point in a condition or state of affairs, and everything depends on the outcome of it:
EX.Help arrived when affairs had reached a crisis.
n.緊急事件 [原指unforeseen occurrence；不知道那時候浮出來的]
ex.A power failure created an emergency in transportation.
v.移居外國 [to leave one country or region to settle in another; migrate]
ex. Albert Einstein emigrated from Germany to the United States.
eminent & eminence
adj.出眾的,卓越的 [Outstanding, as in character or performance; distinguished]
ex. an eminent scientist.
adj.凸出的 ex. a prominent nose
ex. A leader's eminence does not imply a right to impose his will on his peers.
n.特使 [An agent sent on a mission to represent or advance the interests of another.]
delegate, envoy, herald,
legate, messenger, representative
n.面速力達母；小護士 [having the power of softening or relaxing, as a medicinal substance; soothing, esp. to the skin]
v.表現感情(ex.舞臺上的表演) [To express emotion, especially in an excessive or theatrical manner]
ex. The more she emotes, the less he listens, and the less he listens, the more strident and emotive she becomes
ps. emotion n.感情
n.同理心 [Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives.]
ex. a strange empathy between the old lady and her grandson.
emphasis & emphasize & emphatic
ex. puts emphasis on sth
~t + is = ~sis
ex. an emphatic tone