Emitted [verb]

Definition of Emitted:

diffuse, discharge

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Another is the vibrations emitted by the diver’s fins as the diver kicks to move toward the target fish.

It’s an array of speakers that emit sound waves calculated to cancel out the incoming noise.

To our eyes, the aurora has an intense green hue because the oxygen in the atmosphere has plenty of room to emit light without interacting with other materials.

Platypuses’ dense, waterproof fur absorbs ultraviolet light and emits a blue-green glow, mammologist Paula Spaeth Anich and colleagues discovered somewhat serendipitously.

If the complex emits all the chemicals it proposes in its permit application, it would rank in the top 1% nationwide of major plants in America in terms of the concentrations of cancer-causing chemicals in its vicinity.

They emit the poisonous gas carbon monoxide, which is colorless, odorless and deadly.

It’s the first time such a burst has ever been discovered inside the Milky Way, and this FRB emits more energy than any other source of radio waves detected in the galaxy.

On Earth, these electromagnetic upsets cause nitrogen molecules in the upper atmosphere to emit a brief, reddish glow.

Last year it emitted the equivalent of more than 50 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, directly or indirectly.

For small screens like smartphones, the pixels are split into subpixels that emit red, green, or blue light.