Definition of 'bring out'
Example sentences containing 'bring out'
A man of late middle age, altogether unremarkable in appearance, was not the stuff to bring out any special response in her.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003) NIGHT SISTERS
Definition of bring out from the Collins English Dictionary
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