come out with


come out with
UTTER, say, let out, blurt out, burst out with.
come

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come out with
1. To utter, to say
2. To exclaim
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Main Entry:come

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ˌcome ˈout with ˌcome a ˈway with british informal [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they come out with he/she/it comes out with present participle coming out with past tense came out with past participle come out with] phrasal verb
to say something suddenly, usually something that surprises or shocks people

You never know what the children are going to come out with.

Thesaurus: to mention something, or to be mentionedsynonym to admit that something is truesynonym
Main entry: come

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say (something) in a sudden, rude, or incautious way

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come out with [phrasal verb]
come out with (something)
1 : to say or express (something, such as an idea)

She came out with a new proposal.

He's always saying ridiculous things. You never know what he'll come out with next.

Why don't you just come out with it and say what you really think?

2 : to publish or produce (something that will be sold to the public)

a publisher that is coming out with a new series of children's books

a car company that is coming out with several new models next year

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Main Entry:come

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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