bring out


bring out
phr verb
Bring out is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑weather
Bring out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑book, ↑edition, ↑flavour, ↑issue, ↑personality, ↑sweat, ↑version

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  • bring out — [v] draw out bring to light, emphasize, expose, highlight, introduce, publish, utter; concepts 49,57 …   New thesaurus

  • bring out — (something) to make something obvious. Sometimes a crisis brings the best out in people. Oil polish brings out the grain of this beautiful old wood …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring out — ► bring out 1) produce and launch (a new product or publication). 2) emphasize (a feature). 3) encourage (someone) to feel more confident. Main Entry: ↑bring …   English terms dictionary

  • bring out — index circulate, comment, create, disclose, disinter, educe, elicit, evoke, manifest …   Law dictionary

  • bring out — verb 1. make visible (Freq. 9) Summer brings out bright clothes He brings out the best in her • Syn: ↑uncover, ↑unveil, ↑reveal • Hypernyms: ↑show …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms bring out : present tense I/you/we/they bring out he/she/it brings out present participle bringing out past tense brought out past participle brought out 1) to produce a new product and start to sell it The… …   English dictionary

  • bring out in — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms bring out in : present tense I/you/we/they bring out in he/she/it brings out in present participle bringing out in past tense brought out in past participle brought out in bring someone out in something to… …   English dictionary

  • bring out — v. (D; intr.) ( to evoke ) to bring out in (the crisis brought out the best in her) * * * [ brɪŋ aʊt] (D; intr.) ( to evoke ) to bring out in (the crisis brought out the best in her) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bring out — {v.} 1. To cause to appear; make clear. * /His report brought out the foolishness of the plan./ * /Brushing will bring out the beauty of your hair./ 2. To help (an ability or skill) grow or develop. * /The teacher s coaching brought out a… …   Dictionary of American idioms


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