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issue

[ ish-oo or, especially British, is-yoo ]
/ 藞瑟蕛 u or, especially British, 藞瑟s yu /
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noun
verb (used with object), is路sued, is路su路ing.
verb (used without object), is路sued, is路su路ing.
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Idioms about issue

Origin of issue

First recorded in 1275鈥1325; (noun) Middle English, from Middle French: 鈥減lace or passage out鈥; Old French (e)issue, from unattested Vulgar Latin ex奴ta, noun use of feminine of unattested ex奴tus, Latin exitus 鈥渁ct or means of going out鈥; (verb) Middle English issuen, derivative of the noun, or from Middle French, Old French (e)issu, past participle of issir 鈥渢o go out鈥 (ultimately derived from Latin ex墨re ); see exit1, exit2

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To issue is to go, pass, or flow out. How is issue different from emanate and emerge? Find out on Thesaurus.com.

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British Dictionary definitions for issue

issue
/ (藞瑟蕛u藧, 藞瑟sju藧) /

noun
verb -sues, -suing or -sued

Derived forms of issue

issueless, adjectiveissuer, noun

Word Origin for issue

C13: from Old French eissue way out, from eissir to go out, from Latin ex墨re, from ex- 1 + 墨re to go
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Other Idioms and Phrases with issue

issue

see at issue; take issue with.

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