verb (tr, adverb)
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Words nearby bring out
Idioms and Phrases with bring out
Expose or reveal; make conspicuous. For example, His book brought out some new facts about the war, or Her photographs bring out the play of light on her subjects. [Late 1500s]
Nurture or develop a quality, as in A gifted teacher brings out the best in pupils. [c. 1700]
Present to the public. For example, The publisher decided to bring out this dictionary in a single volume, or Debutantes traditionally are brought out at a ball. [c. 1800]