Come out - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkəm ˈaʊt|
Brit.  |kʌm ˈaʊt|


- appear or become visible; make a showing (syn: come on, show up, surface, turn up)
- be issued or published (syn: appear)
The new Woody Allen film hasn't come out yet
- come out of (syn: egress, emerge, issue)
The words seemed to come out by themselves
- result or end (syn: turn out)
- come off (syn: fall out)
- take a place in a competition; often followed by an ordinal (syn: come in, place)
- make oneself visible; take action (syn: come forward, step forward, step up)
- bulge outward (syn: bulge, pop, pop out, protrude, start)
- to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality (syn: out)
- be made known; be disclosed or revealed (syn: out)
- break out (syn: break through, erupt, push through)

Extra examples

I met them when they came out to Singapore at Christmas last year.

The Post Office workers have come out in support of their pay claim.

My tooth has just come out.

The flowers are coming out in everyone's gardens.

The secret came out.

When the last test results came out, she was quite disappointed.

Mary always comes out well in her pictures.

When doing the calculation by hand, the sum came out as a different figure.

I opened my mouth, but no words came out.

The last words came out in a whisper.

She came out well in the last game.

Our company came out well from the recent survey.

He came out against the government.

Jane came out in spots this morning.

You never know what he'll come out with next.

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