come+out

  • 1come out — {v.} 1. {Of a girl:} To be formally introduced to polite society at about age eighteen, usually at a party; begin to go to big parties, * /In society, girls come out when they reach the age of about eighteen, and usually it is at a big party in… …

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  • 2come out — {v.} 1. {Of a girl:} To be formally introduced to polite society at about age eighteen, usually at a party; begin to go to big parties, * /In society, girls come out when they reach the age of about eighteen, and usually it is at a big party in… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 3Come Out — Marche pour les droits civiques aux États Unis en 1963 Genre musique contemporaine …

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  • 4come out in — ˌcome ˈout in [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they come out in he/she/it comes out in present participle coming out in past tense …

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  • 5Come out — may refer to: Come Out, a music piece by Steve Reich Coming out, disclosing one s homosexuality or bisexuality. Come Out , a song by Camper van Beethoven from New Roman Times Come Out Youth Arts Festival, held annually in Adelaide, South… …

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  • 6Come Out — may refer to: Come Out (Reich), a music piece by Steve Reich Coming out, disclosing one s homosexuality or bisexuality. Come Out , a song by Camper van Beethoven from New Roman Times Come Out Youth Arts Festival, held annually in Adelaide, South… …

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  • 7come out — [v1] make public appear, be announced, be brought out, be disclosed, be divulged, be exposed, be issued, be made known, be promulgated, be published, be released, be reported, be revealed, break*, debut, get out, leak*, out, transpire; concept 60 …

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  • 8come-out — come out; come out·er; …

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  • 9come out — ► come out 1) (of a fact) become known. 2) declare oneself as being for or against something. 3) acquit oneself or fare in a specified way. 4) (of a photograph) be produced satisfactorily or in a specified way. 5) (of the result of a calculation… …

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  • 10come-out|er — «KUHM OW tuhr», noun. U.S. a person who separates himself from an established organization; a social or political reformer: »If our society is to survive it must provide an atmosphere in which just such misfits and eccentrics and come outers can… …

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  • 11come out — index circulate, declare, emerge, issue (send forth) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12come out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms come out : present tense I/you/we/they come out he/she/it comes out present participle coming out past tense came out past participle come out 1) if something comes out, it becomes known He said it ll all… …

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  • 13come out — v. 1) (d; intr.) to come out against ( to oppose ) (to come out against a proposal) 2) (d; intr.) to come out for ( to support ) (to come out for a bill) 3) (d; intr.) to come out for ( to try out for ) (are you coming out for the team?) 4) (d;… …

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  • 14come out — 1) PHRASAL VERB When a new product such as a book or record comes out, it becomes available to the public. [V P] The book comes out this week... [V P] Christian Slater has a new movie coming out next month in which he plays a vigilante. 2)… …

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  • 15come out — verb 1. appear or become visible; make a showing (Freq. 33) She turned up at the funeral I hope the list key is going to surface again • Syn: ↑come on, ↑turn up, ↑surface, ↑show up …

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  • 16come out of — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms come out of : present tense I/you/we/they come out of he/she/it comes out of present participle coming out of past tense came out of past participle come out of 1) come out of something to be the result of… …

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  • 17come out — 1) it came out that he d been to Rome Syn: become known, become apparent, come to light, emerge, transpire; get out, be discovered, be uncovered, be revealed, leak out, be disclosed 2) my book is coming out Syn …

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  • 18come out in — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms come out in : present tense I/you/we/they come out in he/she/it comes out in present participle coming out in past tense came out in past participle come out in British come out in something to become covered… …

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  • 19come out — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To be made public] Syn. be published, be announced, be issued, be brought out, be promulgated, be reported, be revealed, be divulged, leak out, get out, be disclosed, be exposed, become evident, come out into the open, come… …

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  • 20come out —    to announce your availability as a sexual partner    Until the 1950s this was social jargon for the parade of marriageable girls of wealthy parents, in London especially, before supposedly eligible bachelors; see also OUT I:     Girls had to… …

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