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- v. To elicit, evoke, or emphasize a particular quality.
- v. To place (something new for public sale) on the market; roll out.
- v. To make a shy person more confident.
- v. To cause a visible symptom such as spots or a rash
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- v. take out of a container or enclosed space
- v. make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
- v. encourage to be less reserved
- v. direct attention to, as if by means of contrast
- v. bring onto the market or release
- v. make visible
- v. bring out of a specific state
- v. prepare and issue for public distribution or sale
- v. bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.
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Every Christmas, I bring out the picture of The Pack with Santa.
Wiring a plug, or starting a rented car, or understanding a new mobile phone, add years to me, bring out frustration and an almost frantic urge to get away and curl up on my own.
A desperate few, like Prof M.C. Arun of Manipur University, chose to bring out his college days 'bicycle from the family storeroom and get it repaired for
For anyone, the hospital is a place of high stress and bone-numbing uncertainty that can bring out the worst in all of us.
Getting married and having a baby are two fairy-tale girly events whose celebrations we have to admit can bring out our rebel Tom-girl.
Zechariah then instructed him to bring out the capstone, which is the final piece of stone set aside to mark completion of the temple.
I mean, what could be more compelling than to bring out a couple whose marriage was saved after the wife agreed to shed two hunred pounds through bariatric surgery—complete with before-and-after photos?
“Yes,” said Rijanus, “civil conflicts always bring out the worst in the common people.”
It was the first in a series that Princeton intended to bring out under the collective rubric Monographs in Population Biology, and its premier position in that series hinted at the fact that this drab little volume concerned itself not just with islands and not just with biogeography.
He would hire the best polisher in Japan to bring out every last wiggle of the hamon on the blade.