Definition of Bring out

1. Verb. Make visible. "He brings out the best in her"

Exact synonyms: Reveal, Uncover, Unveil
Generic synonyms: Show
Specialized synonyms: Disclose, Expose, Excavate, Unearth, Trot Out, Unfold

2. Verb. Bring out of a specific state.
Exact synonyms: Let Out
Generic synonyms: Let Go, Let Go Of, Release, Relinquish

3. Verb. Prepare and issue for public distribution or sale. "Sam and Sue bring out the movie "; "Publish a magazine or newspaper"
Exact synonyms: Issue, Publish, Put Out, Release
Generic synonyms: Air, Bare, Publicise, Publicize
Specialized synonyms: Edit
Derivative terms: Issue, Issue, Issuer, Publication, Publication, Publication, Publisher, Publisher, Publisher, Publishing, Release

4. Verb. Direct attention to, as if by means of contrast. "I set off these words by brackets"
Exact synonyms: Set Off
Specialized synonyms: Pick Up, Foreground, Highlight, Play Up, Spotlight, Raise
Generic synonyms: Accent, Accentuate, Emphasise, Emphasize, Punctuate, Stress

5. Verb. Bring onto the market or release. "Produce a new play"
Exact synonyms: Bring On, Produce
Causes: Appear
Specialized synonyms: Offer
Derivative terms: Producer, Production, Production

6. Verb. Encourage to be less reserved. "The teacher tried to bring out the shy boy"
Generic synonyms: Encourage

7. Verb. Take out of a container or enclosed space. "Get out your best dress--we are going to a party!"
Exact synonyms: Get Out
Specialized synonyms: Winkle, Winkle Out
Generic synonyms: Take Out, Unpack

8. Verb. Bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc..
Exact synonyms: Introduce
Generic synonyms: Acquaint, Introduce, Present

9. Verb. Make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret. "They bring out that there was a traffic accident "; "Unwrap the evidence in the murder case"

Definition of Bring out

1. Verb. To elicit, evoke, or emphasize a particular quality. ¹

2. Verb. (chiefly British) To place (something new for public sale) on the market; roll out. ¹

3. Verb. (chiefly British) To make a shy person more confident. ¹

4. Verb. (chiefly British) To cause a visible symptom such as spots or a rash ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bring Out

bring around
bring back
bring down
bring down the house
bring forth
bring forward
bring home
bring home the bacon
bring in
bring it
bring it weak
bring off
bring on
bring one's arse to an anchor
bring oneself
bring out (current term)
bring outside
bring owls to Athens
bring round
bring someone to book
bring something to its knees
bring the lumber
bring through
bring to
bring to a boil
bring to bear
bring to heel
bring to justice
bring to light
bring to mind

Literary usage of Bring out

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1907)
"169, Morgan questions the so-called purity of the germ cells and points out that in various cases it is possible to bring out certain characters which ..."

2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1904)
"... been our custom for the past two years to bring out only one "star" book of fiction in the Spring season. This year, however, we shall publish two ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1850)
"... victorious Fleet to bring out of Cyprus his own Troops, and such of the Ireland. Cyprian Army and Nobility, as had a Mind to retire from Bondage. Irish. ..."

4. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People by William Sewel (1844)
"... and yet profess to be the ministers of Christ : but if Christ had sent you, ye would bring out of prison, and out of bondage, and receive strangers. ..."

5. The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence, Addresses by George Washington (1847)
"I shall take the speediest method of communicating the event to General McDougall at West Point, who will bring out the militia to our support. ..."

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