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Definitions of issue:

part of speech: noun

ISSUER.

part of speech: verb transitive

To send out; publish; put into circulation; as, to issue a magazine.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To come or pass out; arise, as from a source; as, the stream issues from a hill; flow; proceed; be deacended.

part of speech: verb transitive

To send out: to put into circulation: to give out for use.

part of speech: noun

A going or flowing out: act of sending out: that which flows or passes out: fruit of the body, children: produce, profits: circulation, as of banknotes: publication, as of a book: a giving out for use: ultimate result, consequence: political question for discussion: ( law) the question of fact submitted to a jury: ( med.) an ulcer produced artificially.

part of speech: verb

To send out or forth; to put in circulation; to deliver for use; to flow or come out; to spring, as from a source; to end or terminate; to arise.

part of speech: noun

The act of passing or flowing out; as, the issue of passengers through the door of the car; that which flows or passes out; discharge; as, the issue of blood or pus from a wound; publication; as, the issue of a book; the entire number or amount sent out at one time or during a particular period; as, the January issue of a magazine; a government issue of bank notes; offspring; descendants; produce of the earth; profits of land, etc.; important points in pleading or debate; result as, the issue of an investigation; an outcome; a running sore.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To go, flow, or come out: to proceed, as from a source: to spring: to be produced: ( law) to come to a point in fact or law: to terminate.

part of speech: noun

The act of passing or flowing out; that which happens or turns out; end or ultimate result; children; offspring; circulation, as of bank- notes; giving out or delivering for use; the point in dispute in a suit at law.

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