bring out - definition and synonyms

phrasal verb [transitive]
present tense
I/you/we/theybring out
he/she/itbrings out
present participlebringing out
past tensebrought out
past participlebrought out
  1. 1
    to produce a new product and start to sell it

    The next year they brought out a low-priced car to compete with Ford.

    She is bringing out an eagerly awaited solo album next month.

  2. 2
    to make someone or something show a quality that they have

    The wine really brings out the spicy flavour of the meat.

    bring out the best/worst in someone (=make them show their best/worst qualities):

    There’s something about her that brings out the worst in me.

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See also main entry: bring