Definition of 'come out'
Example sentences containing 'come out'
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He was calling for Marcella, saying he was sorry, telling her it was OK for her to come out now. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)If things went wrong then Adam thought he would come out on top. LOST SUMMER (2002)He would come out of it, they knew, he was glad to have someone to tell his secrets to. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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Translations for 'come out'
British English: come out /kʌm aʊt/ VERB
When a new product comes out, it becomes available to the public.
The actor has a new movie coming out.
- American English: come out
- Arabic: يَطْلُعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sair
- Chinese: 出来
- Croatian: izaći
- Czech: vyjít knihy apod.
- Danish: komme ud
- Dutch: uitkomen
- European Spanish: salir
- Finnish: ilmestyä
- French: sortir
- German: herauskommen
- Greek: κάνω ντεμπούτο
- Italian: uscire
- Japanese: 公になる
- Korean: 나오다
- Norwegian: komme ut
- Polish: wyjść
- European Portuguese: sair
- Romanian: a ieși pe piață
- Russian: выходить
- Spanish: salir
- Swedish: komma ut
- Thai: เปิดตัว, เปิดเผยต่อสาธารณะ
- Turkish: çıkmak
- Ukrainian: виходити
- Vietnamese: xuất hiện
Definition of come out from the Collins English Dictionary
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