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|present participle||coming out|
|past tense||came out|
|past participle||come out|
He said it'll all come out in court.
It eventually came out that she was already married.
We scrubbed the carpet with soap but the stains still wouldn't come out.
I didn't mean it to come out as a criticism.
She had only meant to defend herself, but it had come out all wrong.
We've recorded a new album, and it's coming out in the spring.
None of my holiday photos came out.
It's impossible at this stage to judge how the vote will come out.
I'm sure it will all come out all right in the end.
The commission has come out against the takeover.
My parents are coming out for Christmas.
It seemed clear that the workers would come out on strike.
This is the British English definition of come out. View American English definition of come out.
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