bring out
Verb

bring out

  1. To elicit, evoke, or emphasize a particular quality.
    The herbs really bring out the full flavour of the lamb.
    She brings out the best in him.
  2. (chiefly, British) To place (something new for public sale) on the market; roll out.
    Acme sweets have just brought out a tasty new chocolate bar.
  3. (chiefly, British) To make a shy person more confident.
    His new job has noticeably brought him out.
  4. (chiefly, British) To cause a visible symptom such as spots or a rash
    Eating strawberries always brings me out in a rash.
  5. (historical, transitive) To introduce (a young woman) formally into society.



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