Meaning of ISSUE in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, exit, proceeds, from Anglo-French, from issir to come out, go out, from Latin exire to go out, from ex- + ire to go; akin to Gothic iddja he went, Greek ienai to go, Sanskrit eti he goes Date: 14th century proceeds from a source of revenue (as an estate), the action of going, coming, or flowing out ; egress , emergence , a means or place of going out ; exit , outlet , offspring , progeny , 5. a final outcome that usually constitutes a solution (as of a problem) or resolution (as of a difficulty), a final conclusion or decision about something arrived at after consideration, termination , end , 6. a matter that is in dispute between two or more parties, b. a vital or unsettled matter , concern , problem , the point at which an unsettled matter is ready for a decision , a discharge (as of blood) from the body, 8. something coming forth from a specified source , deed , 9. the act of publishing or officially giving out or making available , the thing or the whole quantity of things given out at one time , ~less adjective II. verb (~d; issuing) Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. to go, come, or flow out, to come forth ; emerge , accrue , to descend from a specified parent or ancestor, to be a consequence or final outcome ; emanate , result , to appear or become available through being officially put forth or distributed, eventuate , terminate , transitive verb to cause to come forth ; discharge , emit , 2. to put forth or distribute usually officially , to send out for sale or circulation ; publish , provide 2b, supply , see: spring ~r noun

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