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    meaning of a sentence

    Demi Moore has come out of the 80's better and stronger than before.


    Please explain this sentence.

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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    It means that Demi Moore was in the 80's more succesful than in the years before

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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    If you "come out of something" better or stronger, it usually means that your experiences during that "something" (in this case the 1980s) made you a stronger or better person.

    So it was Demi Moore's experiences during the 1980s that made her into a better and stronger person than she was at the start of the 1980s.

    Keith


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    Re: meaning of a sentence

    Thans to both of you.

    But still I can't understand quite well.

    Could you give me some examples of this kind so that I can understand?

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