come out

come 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; intr.) to come out with ('to publish') (to come out with a new book)

5) (P; intr.) ('to end up'); ('to result') to come out on top ('to be victorious')

6) (s) the pictures came out fine

7) (misc.) to come out in spots ('to be covered with spots as a result of illness'); they came out from behind the bushes

* * *
['kʌm'aʊt]
they came out from behind the bushes
('to result) to come out on top ('to be victorious')
(s) the pictures came out fine
(misc.) to come out in spots ('to be covered with spots as a result of illness')
(d; intr.) to come out for (are you come outing out for the team?; 'to try out for')
(d; intr.) to come out against (to come out against a proposal; 'to oppose')
(d; intr.) to come out for (to come out for a bill; 'to support')
(d; intr.) to come out with (to come out with a new book; 'to publish')

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

Игры ⚽ Поможем написать реферат

Look at other dictionaries:

  • come 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

  • come 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

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

  • come 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 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Come 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… …   Wikipedia

  • Come 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… …   Wikipedia

  • come 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 …   New thesaurus

  • come-out — come out; come out·er; …   English syllables

  • come 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… …   English terms dictionary

  • come-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… …   Useful english dictionary

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

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”