Phrasal Verb: Come out

Phrasal Verb: Come out


Meaning: A secret is revealed

Example: The details of the scandal CAME OUT in the press and she had to resign.

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Phrasal Verb: Come out


Meaning: Be published or otherwise available to the public

Example: The band's new CD is COMING OUT in September.

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Phrasal Verb: Come out


Meaning: Disappear when washed

Example: The red wine I spilt just will not COME OUT of the carpet no matter what I try to clean it with.

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Phrasal Verb: Come out


Meaning: Let people know that you are lesbian or gay

Example: She CAME OUT at university and has been living with her partner, Jane, for the last couple of years.

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Phrasal Verb: Come out


Meaning: When the sun appears

Example: It started cloudy, but then the sun CAME OUT and we all went to the park.

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