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Definition of "bring out" []

  • To elicit, evoke, or emphasize a particular quality. (verb)
  • To place (something new for public sale) on the market; roll out. (verb)
  • To make a shy person more confident. (verb)
  • To cause a visible symptom such as spots or a rash (verb)

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Use "bring out" in a sentence
  • "A desperate few, like Prof M.C. Arun of Manipur University, chose to bring out his college days 'bicycle from the family storeroom and get it repaired for"
  • "For anyone, the hospital is a place of high stress and bone-numbing uncertainty that can bring out the worst in all of us."
  • "Zechariah then instructed him to bring out the capstone, which is the final piece of stone set aside to mark completion of the temple."