come out with
phrasal 1. to give expression to <
came out with a new proposal
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2. publish

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • come out with — ► come out with say in a sudden, rude, or incautious way. Main Entry: ↑come …   English terms dictionary

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  • come out with — UTTER, say, let out, blurt out, burst out with. → come * * * come out with 1. To utter, to say 2. To exclaim • • • Main Entry: ↑come * * * ˌcome ˈout with ˌcome a ˈway with british …   Useful english dictionary

  • come out with — phrasal verb come out with or come away with [transitive] Word forms come out with : present tense I/you/we/they come out with he/she/it comes out with present participle coming out with past tense came out with past participle come out with… …   English dictionary

  • come out with — PHRASAL VERB: no passive If you come out with a remark, especially a surprising one, you make it. [V P n] Everyone who heard it just burst out laughing when he came out with it... [V P n] What was that marvellous quote that she came out with? …   English dictionary

  • come out with — I didn t really mean to come out with those stupid remarks Syn: utter, say, let out, blurt out, burst out with; issue, present …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • come out with — phr verb Come out with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑version …   Collocations dictionary

  • come out with — admit, confess; publicize, advertise; put into words (e.g., She always manages to come out with the truth ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • come out with — say, make known The child has recently come out with many strange and funny expressions …   Idioms and examples

  • come out with — {v. phr.} 1. To make a public announcement of; make known. * /He came out with a clear declaration of his principles./ 2. To say. * /He comes out with the funniest remarks you can imagine./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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