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The line graph demonstrates the changes in the emissions of CO2 in four European countries from 1967 to 2007.

Overall, UK and Sweden were two nations which experienced a downward trend in production of CO2 while there was a rise in the amount of CO2 emitted by people from Portugal and Italy.

In 1967, UK produced the largest quantity of CO2 among 4 countries (nearly 11 metric tonnes) while the figure for Sweden was just around 9 metric tonnes. However, 1997 saw a slight decrease in the amount of CO2 produced by UK, while Swedish citizens' production of CO2 soared to just above 10 metric tonnes. Over a 20-year period, both UK and Sweden reduced their amount of CO2 emission but the drop was more significant in Sweden.

Meanwhile, Italy and Portugal saw an upward trend from 1967 to 1977. Over the following 20 years, the production of CO2 in Italy gradually rised and peaked at about 8 metric tonnes after which it plateaued for the following 10 years, while the figure for Portugal saw a more considerable increase to above 5 metric tonnes, followed by a slight climb until 2007.

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Where is the graph?

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Produce means to create or manufacture. It is not a good synonym for "emit" unless you include text that defines what you mean.


The line graph demonstrates the changes in the emissions of CO2 (missing words) in four European countries from 1967 to 2007.

Overall, UK and Sweden were two nations which experienced a downward trend in production of CO2 while there was a rise in the amount of CO2 emitted by people from Portugal and Italy.

In 1967, UK produced the largest quantity of CO2 among 4 countries (nearly 11 metric tonnes) while the figure for Sweden was just around 9 metric tonnes. However, 1997 saw a slight decrease in the amount of CO2 produced by UK, while Swedish citizens' production of CO2 soared to just above 10 metric tonnes. Over a 20-year period, both UK and Sweden reduced their amount of CO2 emission but the drop was more significant in Sweden.

Meanwhile, Italy and Portugal saw an upward trend from 1967 to 1977. Over the following 20 years, the production of CO2 in Italy gradually rised and peaked at about 8 metric tonnes after which it plateaued for the following 10 years, while the figure for Portugal saw a more considerable increase to above 5 metric tonnes, followed by a slight climb until 2007.

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So can you give me a good synonym of emit cuz I can't find any on Google?
Anw, thank you for your reply!

"Emission" is a precise scientific term and there is no appropriate synonym.

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expose, discharge may be the nearer synonyms of 'emit' word used in the answer.