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    Question Bring out in

    Hi
    What is the meaning of this phrasal verbs?
    thank you.

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    Default Re: Bring out in

    Hello Ana, and all forumers reading this thread, I am new here.
    Good evening! I am 8 hours ahead of GMT as I live in Singapore,
    a tropical island smacked in South East Asia. It is summer all year
    long and the temperature here is now about 29 degree Celsius.

    Your phrase 'bring out in' sound like the pidgin English we use around
    here. It could mean like go outside and bring something in. I could be
    wrong, so please excuse me or correct me.

    Cheers everyone and thanks Ana for borrowing your thread to post
    my first message. I should have used the Introductions thread instead
    but saw it when I just finished this post.

    All the best to you and everyone. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Bring out in

    Quote Originally Posted by Ana laura View Post
    Hi
    What is the meaning of this phrasal verbs?
    thank you.
    It is not a common phrasal verb to me, but one context would be :

    I can't eat seafood because it brings me out in a rash.
    Last edited by DavyBCN; 21-Aug-2006 at 17:14. Reason: spelling

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